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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta AMSTERDAM ONLY RETURN EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1, 1972 For travel ar.d Information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 318-3201 The lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridge, Alberta, Saturday, September 9, 1972 PAGES 15 TO 30 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECii. OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROfESSIONAl BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you hove a spare pair of olauet for holiday Head counting starts Monday Enumerators start Monday and must bo finished Saturday counting voters in 264 electoral districts across the country. Roughly voters must be properly registered and put on voters lists in the Lelhbridge riding. More than 300 enumerators will be knocking on doors in 19fi polling divisions in the rid- Henderson pool leaks have stopped The Henderson Lake swim- ming pool is now empty, but not Irom leaks. Although a detailed report in this year's pool operations will not be ready for two weeks, a community services depart- ment spokesman said the situation was "100 per cent better this with operat- ing costs down considerably. Repairs to the pool last win- ter, which cost about have stopped the enormous water leakage experienced since the pool was built in Water losses from the pool had var- ied between and gallons per day. NEW PIPING A new piping system, to which access for repair is easy, now replaces pipes which ran under the pool basin. The now system works and leakage is minimal. Tlie first lime water was put In the pool after the repairs had been done, it appeared the situation had worsened. In- vestigation showed a valve had been left open. Once the valve was closed, no further prob- ing 108 in the cily and 88 In he rural area. Canadian citizens 13 years and over are eligible to vote Oct. 30. As soon as a person is reg- istered by an enumerator next week, he or she is eligible to vote. There is no requirement :hat a person has to live in the riding for any length of time. DETAILS An enumerator will want to know the name, address am occupation of a voter ant whether he or she will be IB or over, on 'or before voting day. The Canada Elections Act says that returning officers foi the election, judges, jail in mates and someone "restrained of his liberty of movement o deprived'of his property by reason of mental and someone disqualified by law be- cause of "corrupt or illega practices1' may not vole. In addition to the door-to-doo ampaign to register voters numerators will visit senio itizens homes, hospitals an thcr institutions to registe hut-ins. Polling stations will be et up at these institutions lal shut-ins can vote righ here, said Ed Davidson, re urning officer for the Leth iridge electoral district. For Ihc first lime this yea persons away from home Indents, fishermen, mariners prospectors and shut-ins ma rote by proxy. A form obtained from the n uming officer must be file lot later than Oct. 27 givin he name of the absent vote and the person who will cas :is or her proxy ballot. There will also be an a< anced poll at which the eldc: y, the infirm and those plai ning to be absent in elecHo lems occurred. Plans to cover the bottom of the pool with an asphalt paint were not considered necessary and have been abandoned. The pool is closed for the sea- son and will reopen in May. GUEST SPEAKER A. J. Balfour of Leth- bridge will be guest sneaker at a convention banquet of the Montana League of Cities and Towns in Lewiston, Mont. Fri- day. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CtlNIC CENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. 32M095 Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6661 NOW OPEN Government Licensee! Technician Repairs to Radios, Television and Tape Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO day can vofe ahead of lime. Dotvntoivn project Shopping mall feasibility will be studied by city DISTILLERY PROGRESS Foundation work on the new million International Distilleries Canada Ltd. plant is about 15 per cent complete. Here, concrete is poured into metal forms for the maturing warehou se. Work is also in progress on the main plant. Sixty men, including supervisory staff, are working on the project. Stone and Webster, Canada ttd. is the managing and engineering firm overseeing construction with six prime contractors also involved. The plant is located at 9lh Ave. and 28th St. N. The city has been asked to work out a plan for malls in the downtown business district. The subject is not new, but has been revived by Ihe Down- town Merchant's Association to be considered with discussions on parking in the downtown area. A committee set up last spring at the request of city council to review the parking situation has shown litlle pro- gress. The downtown merchants, who were included in commit- tee discussions, have only touched on the mall question with reference to a parking lot set-up to replace the present on-street parking. "It's only in the nucleus DMA representative Rod Draffin said. COST STUDY City engineer Randy Holfeld said his department will be doing a cost and feasibility study on downtown malls. A few years ago, the city proposed a similar scheme, involving covered malls on 6th and 7th St. S. between 3rd and 4th Ave. The plans were op- posed by the downtown mer- chants and subsequently dropped. As an immediate solution to downtown traffic and parking problems, the traffic advisory committee has come out against all angle parking. Mr. Holfeld said with the existing 64-foot width of the streets downtown, replacing angle parking with parallel parking stalls would create four-traffic lanes and would pre- clude making the streets wider. At the last council meeting, Alderman EM Eastedo castigat- ed the engineering department for failing to widen 5th St. S. when an obvious opportunity was there replacing a side- walk. Mr. Holfeld said "new influ- ences within the past month have caused us to reconsider the parting situation in the downtown area." He would not elaborate. One change, however.ls def- inite. The city has cancelled its lease with Marathon Real- ty on the Hull Block and will discontinue its parking lot on the property at the end at the month. City expressway council subject Exploitation growing Students can't afford Lethbridge By RON CALDWELL Herald Staff Writer Lclhbridge needs a housing authority to put the skids on the growing exploitation of students attending college and univer- sity, says Wendy Rasmussen, housing co orctinator at the Community College. 'Students are being exploit- ed, there's no doubt about she said. Miss Rasmussen said some people are trying to take ad- vantage of a student housing shortage to line their own poc- kets by renting second-class fa- cilities for penthouse prices. When it became known that studenls at LCC desperately needed accommodation, rents began to soar. Room and board prices jumped to a month and higher while the usual ask- ing price is about One person who offered lo rent to a student even stipulated that the amount of rent woulc depend on how much the stu- dent weighed, maintaining that Ihe bigger the student, the more they would cat. AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For Ihe best buy in Air Conditioning Phone 327-5816 50 50 NEW HOMES PRIME LOCATIONS to Down Payments starting as low as with Monthly Payments as low as P.I.T. SHOW HOME OPEN DAILY 2622 13 Ave. N. 2-5 and 7-9 Phone 327-0944 or DTck Johnson 327-0339 "Shorty" Heringer 328-6506 Office 327-0219 Art Willms 328-3859 "Students just can't afford o live in this she said. Miss Kasmussen said there s a movement to form, a hoos- ng authority in the city which vould investigate complaints by ioth tenants and landlords. Tour Sunday of historic city buildings A bus tour of historic build- ings in the Lcthbridge area is set to leave the Sir Alexan- der Gait Museum on fst St. and Sth Ave. S. at p.m. Sunday. The fee is a person and arrangements can be made through museum supervisor Rosemary Allen at The chartered bus tour wil lake about 2% hours and con- clude with a discussion at the museum with tour guide Gar- rait Palmer, one of two students working on a nation wide Ca- nadian Inventory of Historic Buildings. The bus will stop to allow inspection of about 20 buildings all of some unusual historic or architectural interest. The annual summer lour is sponsored by Ihe Whoop-Up chapter of (he Historical So- ciety cf Alberta. MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES The need for such an authority evident, she said, because of e large student population in omparison with the size of the ty. There are more than udcnts attending the univer- ty and the college this year nd nearly all of them need ental accommodations of some dnd. ORNER COT But not like some of Ihe laces we've been said liss Rasmussen. "Some people are Just throw- ng a cot in the basement and rying to renl it. A lot of places ost too much or are just in- dequale bul there are slill nany people who will provide ;ood places at a reasonable irice. The problem is that there iren't enough to go around." Dedication of 'Moses' 011 Sept. 24 The dedication and unveiling of the 22-foot high statue o "Moses" will be one of Ihe fi nal events of the weekend cere- monies officially opening th University of Lethbridge Sept 22-24. The slalue, which is Ihe worl of Sorel Elrog, was donaled I the U of L by the House o Seagram. Mr. Etrog is expeci ed to be present for the unveil ing at 2 p.m. on Sept. 24. Tho bronze slal ue was created in Florence Italy and stood beside the Am erican pavilion at Expo '67, Two companion pieces located in Tel Aviv, Israe and in the Los Angles Count Museum. PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 31! 4th St. S. and 1514A 9th Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service laboring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing She said most students at the ollege now have some kind of lace to live hut she expects of them will be back in er office before long because they took these places out of esperation." Jitiss Rasmussen added that icre is at least one instance of student who dropped out of LCC and enrolled in another ollege in a larger city because f the cost of renting suitable iving quarters in Lcthbridge. City man named Napi director Paul Raczka, 29, o( Lcth- jridge, has been named Ihe new executive director of the Napi Friendship Association in Pincher Creek. Educated at the University ot Mexico, Mr. Raezka has worked with native people in Ontario, Mexico and New York. He has published several ar- ticles on ethnohistory of vari- ous native peoples including the North Plains Indians. Mr. Raezka replaces Reg Newkirk who resigned the post to become a human rights of- ficer for the province. Gty hall too small, says Nutting Expansion of city hall office facilities is not too far down the road and has been brought up for city council consideration Monday. A report from the community services department puts the city's office space requirements at square feet more during the next 10 years. "Every area of cily hall Is crowded and inconvenient and extremely costly to renovate for proper functional City Manager Tom Nutting said in a letter to council. Alternatives to ease the space problem include making use of the city hall annex, the Gait Building and the existing pub- lic library for office space. The cost of renovating these build- ings, however, rule them out, Mr. Nutting said. He suggests the city deal with the senior governments ta acquire space in the civic cen- tre area by summer, 1973. Fail- ing thai, the cily should plan for major expansion of city hall. One recommended renovation which council is likely to ac- cept is for a new council cham- bers. An extension of the build- ing, cither over the front en- trance or over the parking lot, would give the aldermen the extra meeting space they have been seeking. The next step toward provid- ing a ring-road, expressway system for the ctiy w i 11 go be- fore city council The engineering department has recommended the hiring of two consulting firms to do stud- ies and designs for improve- ments to 43rd St. and to 5th Ave. N. and 1st Ave. S. No cost estimate for the stud- ies is given but 75 per cent of the cost will be paid by the province, the rest by the city. If council approves the rec- ommendations, Reid Crowther and Partners Ltd. and DeLeuw, father, Consulting Engineers, both of Calgary, will be hired for the studies. WATER Water In West Lethbridge is also up for council discussion. In a letter to council, City Manager Tom Nutting says that raising of mortgage money for the Weslbridge subdivision could be difficult if a clause in the agreement between the city and Lethbridge Northern Irri rigalion Dislrict remains in effect. The clause exempt's LNID from any claims resulting from seepage or flooding which might occur from irrigation fa- cilities on city property. Mr. Nulling says LNID will remove the clause if the city will indem- nify the district. Council has the authorily lo do so. LAKE LNID Irrigation water is to be used to fill the lake proposed for Weslbridge and lo flow in a man-made stream through the subdivision to the Universi ty of Lethbridge. The council agenda also In- cludes: petition from residents living immediately west of Dun- lop Ford asking that the com- pany's property and adjacent land sales committee ommendalion that expropra- ion proceedings be carried out against K.A.B.O. holdings if hat company does not accept from the city for land off 'forth Mayor Magralh Drive. [Tie land is needed by the city or re-routing the drive. report from the city man- ager that the Henderson Club and the police have complete jurisdiction over lands and waters of the golf coursa sending completion of an agree- ment between the city and golf club. of 1972 grants for community service groups. The meeting will begin at 7 ?.m. in council chambers and is open to the public. Show homes on display Houses In the 1972 Parade o! Homes show will be open for public view between Sept. 30 and Oct. 8. The show homes are being bm'It on Lakehill Crescent, one block northeast of tha Mall. city property be improved. letter from the chamber of commerce asking the city to assist any private developer wishing to establish more trail- er and camping facilities in the cily. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS SI 10 INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 ClfFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE MEDICAt DENTAL BLDG. lower Level PHONE 327-2822 JUST ARRIVED! PEN DELFIN Hand Painted Stoneeraft Models Cfioote from The Rabbit Band Thumper, Roily, Bongo, Midge, end many, many more. Priced From 53-50 Call China 327-5767 -ffaqt DOWNTOWN LABOR DAY WEEKEND SPECIAL! Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Mein Sweet and Sour Spareribs Deep Fried Shrimps, Breaded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rice AIL FOR ONLY......... 3.95 Delivered to Your Piping Hot! OPEN SUNDAY and MONDAY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Acrost From CPR Depot BEV PONECH Bride of Alan Koyatci of Picture Butts September 2, 1972 OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS ;