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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LONDON ONLY RETURN 22 fo 45 Day Excursion Effective November 1st, 1972 For Booking ancf Further Information Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The LethbruUie Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, September 13, 1972 PAGES 15. TO 30 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PXORSSIONAl BIDO. 740 4th AVE, S. PHONE 328-7121 "De yMi twva a pair of far holiday Water, power useage shot up during summer Hot weather, new lawns and air conditioning contributed to a large increase in water and electricity consumption in the city this summer. For June, July and August, a total of 11.2 million more gal- lons of wale'.' were used this year than in the summer of 1971. Electricity consumption was also up to kilowatt hours from kwli in the summer, 1971. Following are comparative statistics of water consumption during the three summer months tliis year rnd List: Juno -1972: gallons gallons par 1971: gallons; July 1972: gallons per 1971: gallons; August 1972: gal- per 1971: gallons. The peak water consumption Loughecd to unveil 'Aperture' The unveiling of "Aperture" by Premier Peter Lougheed will be one of the highlights of the official opening ceremonies of the University of Lethbridge next weekend. Construction of the 20- foot high, monument is nearly complete. The structure was de- signed by Vancouver arcliitecl Arthur Ericksen as part of liis overall plan for the modernistic cnmpus. Aperture is located near the new physical education and fine arts building and will be the fo cal point of the entire campus when phase two construction is completed. The monument was donated to the U of L by the Petei Zoratti family of Lethbridge and Pinclier Creek, The university's official open ing ceremonies will take place Sept. 22-24. We have Special Flowers for Special Days! Birthdays Adversaries Weddfngs Openings Christenings Graduations Engagements FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 day tliis year was June 20 when gallons were used Aug. 6 was the peak day in 871 with gallons dis- ributed. A single day at that level of consumption does not over-tax tlic distribution system, engl- leering director Randy Holfeld said. However, when more than 2 million gallons per day are used four days in a row, as was he case during the long week- end in early August, it is difti cult for the system to recover added. Recovery from such periods vill be simplified wi'h tho ex- ansion ot the Mayor Magrath Drive pumping station. Work is soileduled to start Sunday. Tiie figures for electrical con- sumption show lavge increases 'or each of tiie summer months In J u n e, kilowall lours of electricity were used, compared with kwh or the similar monlh lasl year. Tho comparative peak de- mands are kilovoll am- !eres Ihis June and kva n June, 1971. Consumption jumped to kwh in July and to kwh in August. Last rear's figures are kwh "or July and kwh for August. Peak demand days for July and August were kva and 41.300 kva compared with BOO kva and kva the pre- vious year. University concert cancelled Tlie first performance in Ihe University of Lethbridge con cert series has been. cancelled due to a hand injury to the pianist. The University of British Co- lumbia quartet was scheduled U perform Sept. 20 but word ha. been received that Prof. Hobe: Rogers lias suffered a ham injury which has made it im possible for the group to mce the scheduled date. iviuter be very fur behind? The public skating seasoi starts this weekend at the Hen derson Park Ice Centre wit tiie rink open Saturday am Sunday between 2 nnd 1 p.m Friday, fall and winter family swim and skating passes go o sale for at the ice centr and tho Civic Sports Centr pool. Passes will admit a fan- ily until May-15, 1973 for swim ming and skating at the va ous ciiy facilities. CUFF BtACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BtDO. lower level PHONE 327-2822 Community schools A first in the city for West Lethbridge? SEED RECEIVING AND CLEANING Western Canadian Seed Processors 'Ltd of LethbrTdge wilf initate a new seed receiving and seed cleaning addition this month for Us rapeseed crushing plant In the industrial park area. The new facility will increase rapeseed handling from 500 tons per day to tons per day, City seed process plant expansion nearly complete The still-to-be-created resi- dential area of West Leth-as existing space in other areas of the city. The school district's appeal of the decision rejected oa the same grounds that the'need wasn't itical enough to warrant new construction. The board has been forced o send all Grade 6 students, who normally would attend jakeview, to Allan Watson School for this year. In the meantime, the board lopes to have population figures 'or the area available early in 1973 to enable officials to pre- pare another submission re- [uesting permission to expand the school, u" it is warranted. However, the latest word from city hall is that the next cen- sus won't be taken until April, 1973 which could cause a fur- ther delay in any construction at Lakeview School. Engineered takes out 20 permits Engineered Homes Ltd. took out 20 building permits Tues- day for the construction of houses In North Lethbridge worth a total of The nouses will be built in the new subdivision north of 14ih Ave. between 23rd and 28th St. N. The owner of the Garden Hotel was also issued a permit for renovations to the hotel's beverage lounge. McKillop to install minister Rev. Blake Anderson will be nstailed as the new minister o! McKillop United Church Sunday at p.m. The installation ceremony will be performed by Bob Smith of Central United Church a Blairmore, on behalf of the south Alberta Presbytery of the United Church. Mr. Anderson is a native of Edmonton and completed his undergraduate education at the University of Alberta. His last pastoral charge was at Vander- hoof, B.C. After leaving Vanderhoof, engaged In graduate studies at Princeton University, where he completed his Master's degree. He recently completed doc- torate at Richmond Theological Seminary ta Richmond, Vir- ginia. Mr. Anderson, his wife and three children arrived In Leth- bridge in July. He is replacing Rev. Florence Wilkinson, who acted as Interim minister from Jan. 1 to July 1. REV. BLAKE ANDERSON ART DIETRICH DENTURE aiNIC DENTAl MECHANIC Schwartz BWg. 222 5th SI. f. Ption. 328-4095 EXTRA WEAK FOR IVIRY PAIR MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR 117 7th STREET SOUTH SUPER SPECIAL! SUNBEAM SUPER SHOT OF STEAM IRON 4 IRONS IN ONE DRY SPRAY STEAM SHOT OF STEAM Regular 29.98 SUPER SPECIAL CAIL HOUSEWARES 327-5767 DOWNTOWN STEP OUT FOR FA At shown below at left in Navy Blue or Black Kid under gloss. Many other to choose from. "JAMAICA" By Joyce (at lovely Joyce shoe it available in Navy Blue Kid, Chocolate Brawn Kid, and Black Crinkle patent. UK your Card AAand Siio 5 to 10. CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES ;