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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta FAMttOUI 17-DAY PARMER mnt RANCHK TOW To Australia ond Zwlqnd vliHi and TalhHi. All from Canary, ptt Hnon only occupancy, Ptoartum Jan. II, 1771 qnd F.b. 1, 1971. For rturvationt ond Information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1371 3rd S. Phono 32WJOI or 33MIM "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, October 27, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 24 ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd S. Ph. 328-8141 1705 M.M. Drivi Ph. 328.77S1 For Lout-Cost Scheme Okay Near On Housing Funds By HERB JOHNSON Herald City Hall Reporter An announcement is expected next week from Robert Antes, the federal minister responsible for housing, giving final ap- proval for in federal i today approval for 14 duplex funds for low-cost experimental I units had been received from housing in Lethbridge. One of three local developers who has applied for mortgage fund approval under the plan, Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Federal support for low-cost ownership housing was an- Engineered Homes Ltd., said I nounced this spring and in May STUDENTS AT GILBERT PATTERSON SCHOOL were the first in Lethbridge to take part In a new type of fire drill. Instead of the fire department coming to a school and pulling the fire alarm, a sign is erected in the hal I which says "You have discovered a simu- lated fire." The responsibility of pulling tha fire alarm lies with the student or teacher who first discovers the simulated fire. Dr-uj Kometz, of the fire inspection and preven- tion department, said the new drill, fried in Peterson school, worked 100 per cent. Other schools in the city will get a chance i n the near future to take part in the new drill. CADET NEWS Navy League Wrenette Corps 26 will parade tonight at 7 p.m. aboard ship. Stand easy is at 8 p.m. and evening quarters at 9 p.m. There is room for 25 girls, age 14-18, in the corps. R. AKROYD LTD PLUMBING-HEATING and GASFITTING 2634 21st Ave. S. For New Installations and Alterations Phone 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES National Attention Seen For South Beet Industry More national attention is go- ing to be focused on the impor- tance of southern Alberta's sug- ar beet industry, according to John Sweeney of Montreal, ex- ecutive secretary of the Cana- dian Sugar Institute. (CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic IBLACK DENTAL LAB tower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Perfect Food For All Occasioni KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN "It's Finger LickJn Good" SPECIAL SAVINGS ON BULK ORDERS FOR SMALL OR LARGE PARTIES! WE DELIVER ANYWHERE IN SOUTHERN AlBERTAI PHONE 328-8161 SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS He made the statement after the board of directors of the in- stitute concluded a series oi meetings in Lethbridge during the past week. It was the firsi time the directors had met here since the institute was or- ganized in 1966. At the meetings the directors drafted preliminary plans for 1971, which includes the Mon- treal based Trade Associa- tion of Canada show. The role Canada's mult i-million sugar industry plays in the economy of the country will be empha- sized. "These plans definitely in- clude opportunities to increase national awareness of Alberta's important and large sugar beet Mr. Sweeney said. "We Were very impressed with the efficiency of all opera- tions, including feedlots, and all directors are very concern- ed with the importance and magnitude that your industry's operations contribute not only to the economy of Alberta, but to all of Canada." While in the south the direc- tors were hosted by D w i g h t Purdy, general manager of Ca- nadian Sugar Factories Ltd. tare; Ian Angus, formerly of Lethbridge and now vice-presi- dent of B.C. Sugar Refining and W. R. Heathcrington of Winni- pcg, vice-president of sugar oeet operations for western Canada. HUSY YEAR The Formosa Tourism Council announced foreign tour- ists visited the country in 1969. the city requested the federal government to switch the 000, already approved for low- rental housing, to the new scheme. Approval 'in principle wa given by Mr. Andras at tha time and negotiations wen ahead for implementation o the plan, under which the fed era! funds are made availabl to prospective homeowners ii the to annual in come range, at an interest rate of per cent. Part of the low rate comes from a two per cent subsidy by the provincial government. The city has made land available a a total cost of per front foot Keith Bickerton of Engineer ed Homes Ltd. .said buildin) permits for the units approve by CMHC had been applied for and construction should get underway this week. The house will be located in what was once the Bachman Estate and which is now calla Ventura Village. It is locatet north of 9th Ave. and west of 6th St. N. Mr. Bickerton said about 7! persons had already indicate! they were interested in the de- velopment, but that many o: them would not be able to qual- ify .because of the CMHC re- strictions regarding salary. West Side Planning Report Near A report to city council on planning related to Leth- bridge's west side may be ready by the end of November, Tom Nutting, city manager said Monday. The report would summarize all the action taken to date re- garding plans for west side de- velopment and make sugges- tions on the procedure for fu- ture development. Discussion on the topic was held Friday at a meeting called by Mr. Nutting involving city staff and the Oldman Eiver Re- gional Planning Commission. The speed of industrial ex- pansion on the west side was discussed. Land options were also touched on. Mr. Nutting said it would be recommended that no further options be taken out until the subdivision in- volved had been entirely serviced. pre- Police Seek Train Death Witnesses The RCMP is interested in locating anyone who was a passenger on an eastbound CPR train, No. 2, which was travelling between Field, B.C., Ottawa, and Montreal Aug. 27- 29. This appeal for assistance' is being made in connection with the investigation of the death of a young man in the Mortlach district in Saskatchewan early Aug. 28. It is suspected the man either [ell from or was pushed off the Irain. Any person on the train on those dates is required''to contact the nearest RCMP de- tachment. Taylor Here On Road Talk Gordon Taylor, provincial minister of highways and youth, will address the Leth- iridge Chamber of Commerce highways meeting in Erick- sen's Family Restaurant Wed- nesday from 2 p.m. to 4. The highways committee, diaired by Tom MacFarlanc, las asked Mr. Taylor to outline wograms of work for south Al- jerta, including: work for lighway 3 from Monarch to a mint west of the railway racks west of Fort Maclcod nd from Purple Springs to Icdicine Hat; an adequate ign on Highway 1 at the junc- lon of Highway 3 indicating jctlibridgc and the Crowsncst 'ass; lighting for major, junc- ons; and other highway con- traction as brought up by dis- ussion. A spokesman for Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. said DO word had been received yet-from CMHC on approval for a similar proj- ect planned for 28th St. and 5th Ave. N. involving 34 units. A third project by developer Holger Frandsen has been ap- proved but still has subdivision details to be ironed out. Two Blocks Are' Sought Two apartment applications are on the agenda for Wednes- day's meeting of the Municipal Planning Commission. Alan Engineering Ltd. .has applied for two 24-suite apart- ment blocks in the new Scenic Heights subdivision. Both are planned for the area adjacent to Scenic Drive, ust south of an existing apart- ment west of the Drive at 16th Ave. S. The only other item on the agenda is an application from CP Transport for a garage at 4128 2nd Ave. N., near its pres- ent transport terminal. Still on the table is a request roin Tollestrap Construction Co. Ltd. for a mobile home park in the riverbottom. No de- ision is likely until a recrea- ion survey done this summer las been completed and sub- mitted to council, perhaps ear- y next month. R E E L E C-T E D Rol Viney, Lethbridge, was re elected president of the Lctli bridge H o r ticultural Society at the society's annual mccl ing last night in Lethbridge It is his second term. Vice president is incumbent Lavr Dye, Lethbridge, and secont vie e-president Bill Domeier Lethbridge. Directors i elude: Mrs. Leonard Scheib ner, Coaldalc, J. K. McGreg or; Mrs. Arnold Ervin, Mis Agnes Short, Jack Downs A. W. Smith, J. C. Archibald L. E. Larcombc, Mrs. Fred Lastuka, Mrs. Tim Kelly, Mr and Mrs. Gordon Parker Nelson Sullivan and Mr. am Mrs. Joe Csurka all of Leth bridge. H. J. Hargrave, for nier director of the Brook Horticultural Station wa guest speaker at the mee ing. Safety Of Students Concern Of Council Direction is to be sought from the provincial department of ighways on what can be done o safeguard children crossing cenic Drive on then- way to chool. Security Up By Telephone Companies The Alberta Government 'telephones Ltd. has not in- reased security personnel dur- ig the recent kidnapping crisis in Quebec but it has stepped p security patrols in vital areas. Other areas of Canada have ncreased staff and British Co- umbia Telephone Co. has even :arted to check employees en- ering plant sites. Jim Younie, public relations epresentative for AGT, said is company always has had ood security measures in irce on all buildings and regu- ar patrols have been increased ntil the current situation re- urns to normal. Kiwanis Meet The Kiwanis Clubs of Leth- ridge, Downtown and Green cres, are. jointly hosting a irum on ODA (operation drug lert) Nov. 2 at p.m. in he El Rancho Hotel. Panel speakers will include a ninister, lawyer, druggist and oliceman. The matter was referred t Tom Nutting, city manager, b city council after complain had been received from res dents of Scenic Heights an Mount Royal subdivisions. Crossings on Scenic Drive a 15th and 28th Streets and a 16th Ave. S. were pointed 01 as being particularly dange ous because of the speed o traffic and the inadequacy the present markings. It was asked that warntn lights be installed and that th city consider installing som type of underpass or overpas: Mr. Nutting said that bi cause Scenic Drive is a pn vincial road no action could b taken at the present time othe than ensuring that the cross walk markings already in exis tence were clearly markei Any further action would hav to be approved by the province Underpasses might be instal ed when the road is widenec he said, but overpasses wer only a remote possibility, be cause of their high cost. A stop-gap measure, he sak might be the organizing of stu dent patrols similar to schoo patrols. CHECK WEDNESDAY'S HERALD for IRRESISTABLE ROOM THother Brown's TAKE HOME FISH CHIPS 2710 12th Avenue S. Phone 328-8392 YES WE HAVE THE NEW POLAROID COLORPAK III AUTOMATIC LAND CAMERA! An electric eye solves the exposure problems for you. The flashgun is built into the camera. A special m ffe QR timer, right on the camera lels you know when your picture is fully developed A Perfect Gift for Christmas Loy-away Nowl THIS WEEK'S PHOTO INFORMATION: Wilh a Polaroid Comera best results are obtained when the light on the subject Is even not when it is part In shode and part in sunshine. McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., Lelhbridgo Phone 327-3555 Domestic Use Sewage Charge Increase Hinted A domestic user sewage ser- vice charge of a month is included in proposed revisions to Lethbridge's sewer bylaw. The current domestic sewage charge is per month. The revisions, made public in a press release from the city manager's office, are subject to approval by city council and no action will be taken until after a public meeting, now set for p.m. Nov. 9 at Susie Bawden School. City council, says the release, may consider staging the pro- posed increase over the next 18 to 24 months. It is sugested, for example, the domestic charge might be increased to a month Jan. 1, 1971 and the full increase not applied until July, 1972. The revisions also include changes for commercial users and industry. Negotiations with the latter have been underway for some weeks now and the Nov. 9 meeting has been de- signed primarily, according to Mayor Andy Anderson, as a means of presenting to the public the basic positions of in- dustry and the city on the equitable distribution of sew- age charges. One of industry's main con- cerns has been that the charges, which must be in- creased to pay for the second- ary sewage treatment plant, not be so high as to force the firms to locate elsewhere. The city's press release says the basic formula for sewage charges has been developed using the philosophy that those placing the greatest load on the system should pay the most. It adds, however, that an an- alysis has been made of what charges are made to industries in other Alberta centres, and :he local proposed rate has been reduced to a similar level. This reduction would place the operation of the sewage treatment plant in a deficit position, says the release. In srder to make up the deficit, higher rates have been pro- posed for domestic users. The actual formula for indus- trial users is a complicated one nvolving fixed rates for the total quantity of sewage dis- charges, the amount of sus- jended solids, the oxygen de- manding materials and grease. A minimum has also been Jroposed for the amount of that may be discharged nto the system a concentra- ion above 450 parts per million must not be exceeded. There is also a minimum bill- ing proposal intended to en- courage industry to spread their production, and sewaga flow, evenly throughout tha year. With the exception of season- al industries such as vegetable processors, firms will bo charged not less than 50 per cent of the maximum charge in any of the previous 12 months. A reduction for firms regu- lating their sewage flow so it is spread evenly over a 24-hour period is also provided for in the new formula. The inducements to industry to avoid peak flows as much as possible are included, says tho release, because sewage treat- ment costs are dependent on maximum flows entering a sewage treatment plant. Seivage Talk Is Planned Mayor Andy Anderson said Monday he intends to set up a meeting with the provincial cabinet to discuss secondary sewage treatment facilities while in Calgary this week at- tending, the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association con- vention. Premier Harry Strom will also be at the convention. Just what will be under dis- cussion at the meeting has not been .defined at this point. It has been indicated local in- dustries, who will be paying a considerable portion of the cost of the new treatment plant, may be involved and the dis- cussions may be wide-ranging in scope. Firemen's -Ball Taber's volunteer fire de- partment will hold its annual autumn ball Oct. 30 in tha Royal Canadian Legion hall in Taber. Dinner and dance gets under way at 7 p.m. Robert Newell is chairman of the committee in charge. Other members are Gary Peacock, Don Jensen, Hubert Pyne, Gary Eckland and Ed Sanders. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S H.OOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 ZONOLITE1 INSULATION FIREPROOF ROTPROOF VERMINPROOF ODORLESS If the insulation in your attic is less than 4" thick, the heat loss may be as high as INSTALL ZONOLITE IT PAYS FOR ITSELF! You con Do-It-Yourself or let Our Men Complete the Job for Youl FREE ESTIMATES Per Sack. ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925" Cor. 2nd Avo. and 13th St. S. Phone 328-3301 ;