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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SENIOR CITIZEN'S TOUR HAWAII CARS Departing Jan. 6................... Por Person Guided Tours For You To Enjoy In Tho Sunshine. For Further Information Call BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd Avo. S. Phone 328-3201 or 328-6858 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, September 29, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 18 Jeny A. E. CROSS 'photography Your Franchiscd Cooler for Nikon, Zeiss Ikon, Marniya, Bell and Howull, Braun and Kodak Darkroom Equipment and Supplies Spacious Shop Areas For Mechanics Labs and Space For Metalwork New LCC Facilities To Open Thursday About million In new fa- cilities at the Lethbridge Com- munity College will be official- ly opened Thursday, Oct. 1 at p.m. by Alberta Education Minister Robert Clark. The ceremony is open to the public, and tours of the campus will follow. Refreshments wil. be served later by the LCC food services program. The new areas include aboul square feet of shop facili- ties to be used for auto and farm mechanics, electricity, welding and related programs; the million, square foot administration building; and smaller areas including additional library and labora- tory space. The additions bring the total LOG complex to square feet, worth about million. When the college first open- ed In 1957 it used space in the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, but by 1962 it had opened its first building the Kate An- drews. Building and boasted feet of .classrooms, shops and other facilities worth about million. It soon offered first-year uni- versity programs in addition to its liberal education, technical, vocational and business courses, in affiliation with the University of Alberta. By 3967 the university pro- gram had grown in number of courses and students, and col- lege and city officials had sold the provincial government on expanding the LCC university section into a full and indepen- R. AKROYD LTD PLUMBING-HEATING and GASFITTING 2634 21st Ave. S. Far New Installation! and Alteration! Phone 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES dent university which now rents about half of the college space. The opening ceremonies will take place on the steps of the new administration which is to become the entry point of the college campus as the college grows. MP And Wife In Hospital Lethbridge MP Deane Gund- lock and his wife, Olive, are practising a special brand of togetherness this week: both are patients in St. Michael's General Hospital. Admitted Saturday, Mr. Gundlock is suffering from a recurring back ailment and will remain in hospital for a few more days of medical tests and rest. He is expected to be released in time for the next session of the House of Commons, to start nex Monday. Mrs. Gundlock is to undergo surgery Wednesday. Wool Down World wool production in 1970 is estimated at 6.2 billion pounds, down 14 million pounds from 1969. Production in North America continues to decline and is estimated at 203 million pounds compared to Australia the world's largest wool pro- ducer at. about 2 billion pounds. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAG lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 BULK ORDERS FOR SMALL OR LARGE PARTIES! WE DELIVER ANYWHERE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA! PHONE 328-8161 SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS On MFC Agenda Lethbridge May Get Distillery An- application by Interna- tional Distillers and Vinters Ltd. to build a distillery matur- ing plant in Lethbridge, along with a warehouse at 2925 9Ui Ave. N., is part of a heavy agenda for Wednesday's meet- ing of ths Municipal Planning j Commission. The application is being made by Gilbey Canada Ltd. which is acting on behalf of it; parent company, International Distillers, on an interim basis, The over-all development, ex- pected to cost several millions of dollars, is contingent upon the company receiving ap- proval and a grant under the federal government's area in- centives program. A spokesman for the com- pany said it intends to make aplication for an option to pur- chase the site in Lethbridge's industrial park, but whether the plant would be built would not be definitely decided until the fe_deral government-makes a decision regarding the grant. It is expected the distillery, if built, would be a major de- velopment, making a signifi- cant contribution to the eco- nomy of Lethbridge and dis- trict. Another large development coming before the commission is the Lethbridge Treadway Inn, plans for which were an- nounced early this month. The million, nine-storey motor hotel is to be built east of Gait Gardens, just north of 3rd Ave. S. The commission is also ex. pected to give formal aproval to the city's secondary sewage treatment plant. Site preparation work on the million facility got under way last week in the riverbot- tom area near Valley Feeders. Also on the agenda is an ap- plication by Astra Homes Ltd. for permission to build a 30 suite apartment at 1619 12th St. S. Bud Olson In City Thursday Hon. H. A. Olson, federal minister of agriculture and MP for Medicine Hat, will be guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Lethbridge Liberal As- sociation at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Maverick Room at the E] Rancbo Motor Hotel. Mr. Olson, who will arrive from Ottawa early in the eve- ning and leave for his own rid- ing Friday morning. BUSINESS JOTTINGS Leonard (Len) Isaacson, city resident since 1938, has moved to Calgary to assume the posi- tion of sales manager with Sportscraft Ltd. Mr. Isaacson was with Sturdie Oils Ltd. of Lethbridge for 14 years, and for the past- eight years has been Leth- bridge area representative for World Book. Perfumes And Sprays Used To Combat Sewer Odors By HERB JOHNSON Herald Staff Writer A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, accord ing to William Shakespear and a sewer is very likely tc smell like one, according t the city's engineering depart ment. City residents on 5th Ave. N have recently had this fac brought home to them, follow ing installation this summer o an interceptor sewer along the avenue from 13th St. to 10th St The sewer is intended to tab some of the industrial sewage load off the line along 2nd Ave N., and its contents can be par icularly obnoxious. Complaints from residents o the area are met at city hal reassurances that the city is doing everything in its pow er to overcome the problem. The problem, of course, is not peculiar to Lethbridge. It is a fact of life in any modern city, especially where there is a fair amount of industry. Irv Fraser, city waterworks and sewage engineer, who re turned recently from a confer ence in Toronto, said that city is currently encountering ma jor problems with smelly sew age. He also noted that a majo Alberta city north of Leth- bridge, when contacted for pos sible solutions to the problem had advised the engineering department to "acquire a largi supply of clothespins." The advice, while facetious does point up the difficulties cities are having. Lethbridge is attempting to overcome the smell in severa ways. The sewer line odors are attacked by adding a masking agent to the sewage as it goes ihrough the lift station. Mr. Fraser said that while he city has experimented with different types of chemicals, mait of them are design- ed basically to simply cover up he smell, much like a per- ume. In Observance Of JEWISH NEW YEAR Progress Clothing Ltd. Will Be Closed Thursday and Friday, Oct. 1st and 2nd Re-Opening for business at usual Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 8.30 a.m. He added however that with of the industrial sewage in- the 5th Ave. N. lift station pumping 5 tons a minute the problems of covering the smell House Drive Nets For Appeal Approximately was collected by canvassers Mon- day evening in the house to house blitz of the United Ap- peal campaign. This figure is about less than collected in total in 1969. Mrs. Elaine Bartel, chairman of this part of the canvass, in- dicated that with the call-backs necessary and the donations sent in by people who were not home, the final figure will prob- ably equal that of last year. Drug Case Remanded Rodney Wayne Hillman, 18, of Lethbridge, charged with pos- session of hashish for the pur- pose of trafficking, appeared in magistrate's court in Calgary Monday and had his case re- manded to Oct. 15 for prelim- inary trial. Hillman was arrested Sept. 14 at Calgary International Air- port after he arrived on a flight from Vancouver. He was re- leased on cash bail. volved are tremendous. Another approach is to at- tack the problem at the point where it becomes noticeable to city residents. Crews, using a device simi- lar to a garden spray, spray the manholes periodically with a de-odorizer. The city's efforts to elim- inate the smell do not stop there. Atomizer sprays were installed this spring at the south side sewage treatment plant. Operating continuously from the plant roof, they mix a fine spray witii the odor from the plant, much like the aerosol spray can used in a home. A similar device is in use at the north-side plant, but has run into technical problems and likely will have to be re- placed. Ted Lawrence, city engineer- ing director, said there is no easy solution to the problem, which tends to vary according to the atmospheric conditions. Local residents may simply have to accept it as a fact of life in a city that is becoming more industrialized, he said. Efforts to overcome the smell are continuing, he said, and better methods may be found. POPULATION FIGURE The population of Hawai' Molokai island is almost EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOE REPAIR MIKE HANZEL 317-7IH STREET SOUTH McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. ALWAYS LOOKING TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH Count on us for prompt service and Free Delivery for the wide of product! and service! you need from your Pharmacy. And for Prompt PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Just Call 327-3555 McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-3555 Major Conference Starts Wednesday The Conference on Interna- tional Teacher Education, one of six in North America spon- sored by the International Council on Education for Teaching, starts at the TJniver- Instructor Swim Course This FaU The city parks and recrea- tion department will sponsor a joint Red Cross-Royal Lifesav- ing Society instructor course starting Oct. 8. The course will be held each Thursday from p.m. to 10 through to Dec. 18 at the Fritz Sick Pool. Registrations are being ac- cepted for the course from Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Fritz Sick Pool from 1 p.m. to 5 and 6 to 8 daily. Registration of covers all course material and a plunge fee. Candidates must be 17 years or older and must be in pos- session of a current bronze me- dallion, YMCA senior lifesaving award or equivalent. For further information, con- tact Tom Hudson, city recrea- tion program co-prdinator. Date Hinted On Tenders For New Inn Tenders for the Lethbridge Treadway Inn will likely be called late this year or early hi the new year, Dan Royer, president of Wales Hotel Hold- ings Ltd., said Monday. Construction could get under way as soon as the contracts are awarded, he said. The 232-r o o m, nine-storey hotel, is to be built facing 3rd Ave. S. between 7th and 8th Streets at an estimated cost of million. sily of Lethbridge Wednesday. It is designed to take an in- depth look at Canada's current rob in international education provided by Canada to assist in education pro- grams in developing countries. It will deal with present sit- uations, future and ways in which the existing programs can be improved. The Lethbridge conference was organized by Dr. R. N. An- derson, a U of L professor now on a one-year leave to work with new universities in Nigeria. The conference will open Wednesday evening at with official greetings from U of L President Dr. Sam Smith, and Dr. Frank Klassen, executive director of the ICET sponsoring group. Speaker will be Dr. Hugh V e r n o n-Jackson, educational director of the Canadian Inter- national Development Agency, which finances and assists many of Canada's international aid programs. Other speakers, Thursday and Friday, include David Cat- mur, director of overseas op- erations for Canadian Univer- Service Overseas; Robert Thompson, MP for Red Deer, who spent many years as an educational consultant in Ethiopia: Dr. Lucien Pye, director at the Centre for International Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Dr. Norman Dixon, professor of in- ter-cultural education at. the University of Pittsburg; and several others. For Supplying A Lethbridge man, Donald David Foreman, was fined when he pleaded guilty in Leth- bridge magistrate's court to supplying liquor to a minor. 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