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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PLAN YOUR SUMMER VACATION NOW-BE IT EAST OR WEST let us assist you with your plain ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIltAGE MAIL PHONE 338-3301 The letlibtid SECOND SUCTION Lclhlmdgc, Alhciia, Monday, April 3, NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ftsk nboui Phologray The lens (hat changci wilh the lighl. Bud Olson in Taber Wednesday Buil Olson, federal minister of agriculture, will attend a public meeting Wednesday in Tcber to answer questions re- garding federal spending for ir- rigation works in southern Al- berta. He was requested to attend such a meeting at Uie annual meeting of the St. Mary River Irrigation Dislrk't afler water users were told to start squawk- ing or lose federal and provin- cial capital works money. Jake Thiessen, manager of SMRID, said the west division writer users had requested a meeting in Coa'dale but in Hie intcrcts of lime have agreed to meet with the minister in the Taber Civic Centre Auditorium a! !0 a.m. He said tte meeting is de- signed specifically for the wa- ter users in SMRld so they can find out why the federal gov- ernment is not allocating funds for irrigation works rehabilita- tion in this area. Mr. Thiessen said if the water users are interested in rebuild- ing the 70-year-old SMRID, it is imperative that (hey make tlieir wishes known to the min- ister or at least find out the government position regarding funds. He said the users want to fir.d out where the federal-pro- vincial cost sharing agreements now stands and where th2 fed- eral funds will be spenl for this yerr. "It sounds like cone of the federal money will be spent in the SMilD, ar.d now lire users will be able to find out why at a public said Mr. Thiessen. "It is now up bo the water users to ask the questions." iTime expected to -S. Model UN at LCI The ninlh annual model Unit- ed Nations got under way today at the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute, with more than 125 stu- dents from Western Canada and the northwestern U.S. in attendance. The project was organized by the World Affairs Club at the school and is a facsimile of the UN Assembly. Secretary general of the Iff72 assembly Is Harry Krause, a social science instructor at Wilson Junior High School; and president is Dr. Frank Simon of Calgary, professor on the faculty of education at the Uni- versity of Calgary. Student chairman Is Arthur Living- stone, president of the World Affairs Club. The afternoon sessions, from to p.m., are debates on topics from the hook of UN Resolutions, and are open to the public. By .IOK MA Ilcrulil Staff Writer The Air Transport Commit Ire in Ottawa is expected to rule in favor of a Time Air- ways application Lo operate an Edmonton G r a d e Prairie route. Stuijb Ross, president, and Diehard Barton, vice-president, cif Time were in Ottawa last v.rck mwlinp with the commit- tee. Mr. said he is "op- timistic'1 that the application will lie approved. :ue expecting a deci- sion within the next tv.o Mr. Ross said. However, official notification nf the decision may he a month nr fd nfler Mia decision is reached. 01' Air anil Pacific Western Airlines have filed Interven- tions against the Time applies- The weatherman seems to have started a rather nasty trend snow two weekends in a row. It wasn't quite as bad this weekend, however. Only three inches dropped here. The really disappointing thing is the dull forecast for tlie next few days. There is nothing in the out- look to indicate tile high tem- peratures we need are com- Thc committee meets every iijun. Time, however, has thu Thursdav. Mr. Ross said he support the provincial was (old that the committee! cnimc-nt, the Lethbridge anil will either reach a decision this c.rar.dc: Prairio chambers of or next. I comiriern1. I Thr- Lclhhnclco chamber of commerce has sent written recommendations to iLs Crramlo Prairie counterpart of Time's excellent service; the Grande Prairie city council voted in favor of Time service, and the provincial department of highways and transport has urged Ottawa that Time per- mitted to operate the Grando ing t') get rid of the snow. Tochiv. the tcnrieraluro will reach the mid 30s and Tuesday t.h c thermometer may hit JO degrees. More cold temperatures are i expelled for tonight, some- thing like 0 to 5 degrees alwvo. Oil. well, it's not. Tiie Great Snowman just had a brief reprieve until a snowfall in July? lias Catelli employees to strike as company locks its doors Time officials said the com- mittee is expected to rule in Time's favor because the argu- ments of C'P Air and aro rather weak: CP Air says Grande Prairie is being ade- __quately serviced; and PWA says it should be given tho priority if additional services are required, Time lins two distinct ad- vantages: it is .1 provincial air- line: and its smaller aircraft and mure frequent service aro By RIC SWIIIART Herald Staff Writer Picket Lines will be set lock t up ing the issue to a point instead at Catelli Ltd., 1st Ave. and of letting it drag out indctim- M- Kuypers said with I h c i suitable for small communities lockout the company was fore- Grande Frame AIL ASHORE Mrs. Marilyn Butler, centre, of 502 12lh AVB. A N. is shown being helped ashore by Doug Schow, city firefighter and Don Hunt, city police sergeant, after the sailboat she and her husband Kennelh were sailing on Henderson Lake capsized by a gust of wind shortly before noon Saturday. The Sutlers were rescued by -Walter Kerber Photos Roy Duval, Colin Storfie and Brian Murray, all of Leth- bridge. The three youths had been in a row boal on the lake at the lime the sailboat capsized. The city firefighter rescue boot was called later to retrieve the overturned sailing craft. Saturday was the first lime the Butlers had gone sailing and they plan to go agtiin soon. Alberta Native Winter setting set for action C> 13th St. N. at 5 a.m. Tuesday when 56 members of the Cana- ]ic dian Food and Allied Workers Union, local 1115 strike to back increased pay demands. The company will close its doors at a.m. following service of lockout notice to the employees brought on by a near-unanimous vole to strike Wednesday. The union is soekirg a 70- cent per hour increase on a two year contract plus a cost of living bonus. A conciliation award offer of a 27 to 30-ccnt per hour increase was accept- ed by the company but reject- ed by the union. Brian Kuypers, plant man- ager, said the company felt it could not operate efficiently with the threat of strike hanging over its head. Tlie union has the right to strike at any time within one year from the strike vote fol- lowing a notice to strike any two working days prior to (he action. there was no way of Mr. Knss said after the appli- cation has been approved, his airline may purchase an addi- tional plane. He expects to tie LOCAL DISEASES Diseases reported in the city of Lethbridge during the last quarter of 1971 included 70 chicken pox cases, three infec- tious hepatitis, 64 mumps, nine rubella, one salmonella and 11 slreptococcal infections. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 A full compliment of re- ferees, doctors and security personnel has been lined up .for the first annual Native Winter Games to be held on the Blood reserve April 7 to 9, to ensure safety of participating athletes from across Canada. All hockey games, with an es- timated 20 teams participating, will be played at the Kainai Sports Centre in Standoff, be- ginning at 1 p.m. April 7. Games opening ceremonies will be conducted shortly before the hockey games at the arena. Boxing events will take placo at St. Paul's School, about five miles northwest of Cardston. An estimated 70 boxers represent- ing their different categories, Macleod and Oardston, Fort Lcthbridge. Attempts arc currently being made on the reserve to declare April 7, the opening day of the games, a civic holiday to allow the populace to participate in open ins ceremonies. A large number of non-Indian I "deprcssingly a games spectators are expected to lake in the games, with interest run- ning high in Calgary and Ed- monton. However, Interest in the i i able (o commence the Grnnde service in early sum- of those tilings that needs to be worked on until both sides are he said. Tlie operations of Catelli Ltd. will be halted because of the ockout but the wholesale busi- ess of (lie company won't suf- fer immediately. 'We had anticipated this problem for some time and have built up a good stock of product in warehouses in West- ern he said. Catelli has four plants In Canada with two in Quebec and one in Ontario. Mr. Kuypers said if tho stocks in tile Western Canadian warehouses diminishes, stocks would be freighted to this area from the eastern plants. "This move wouldn't affect Uie he said. "There would not be any change in the organizer says, Tlie Indian Sports Olympic Association of Alberta, sponsors of the games hosted by the Bloods, anticipate an de- games among non I southern Albertans is currently native fie it from Ihe games. Alberta Service Corps seeking student volunteers will articipate. Men's and women's ball teams, junior antl Students wishing to volved in the Alberta be in- Service Corps and agencies interested in submitting projects to which volunteers can he assigned may obtain application forms at the department of culture, youth and recreation, 53t> 7 St. basket- S. senior, I The Alberta Service Corps is Four basic types of service include the two mouth volun- teer, usually high school stu- dents who are selected, trained and supervised by the project sponsors; (he four month vol- unteer, usually university stu- dents; the ten month volun- teer and the four month re- turn volunteer, who is required from four provinces will parti- a program designed to provide j lo have had a previous cipate in modal lay basket- ball games at Si. Mary's School 10 miles north of Card- Man. Many of the basketball play- i ers and boxers will be billeted I at the schools, with the rest of I tiie athletes staying in hotels at TUESDAY SPECIAL! DINNER FOR ONE Our Regular 3-Piece Dinner TUESDAY ONIY Colonel Sanders and his boys make it ''linger lickin' s eML opportunities for youths to serve Alberta residents in three main areas of life: mental health, Indian Metis com- munities and urban youth. Volunteers receive minimal remuneration for the project's duration and n grant at termi- nation of service from the Al- berta Service Corps. Buek-a-Cup reaches objective The Canadian Restaurant As- sociation local 7one announced today that it reached its objec- tive in the fJuck-A-Cup cam- paign for the benefit of criplcd month term of ice. All vol.mtoers arc provided with training, SI or S2 per day and a grant'of either or SG50 respectively at termination of service, ac- cording to length of service. Further information can be obtained from Al Brewer, dis- trict youth representative at the department of culture, youth and recreation. Original planned expenditures to conduct tho games were more than double the amount lo be spent now. Tliis is due primarily (o lack of federal financial participa- tion, even though it had been vertelly assured by Uie depart- ment of health and welfare ear- lier last year. To help offset the games de- ficit, INSPOL is conducting a Sportsman's Steak Dinner, com- plete with top international head table guests, at the El Hancho Motor Hotel on April C. Attending the dinner will be many National Hockey Lcagiio players, basketball great Bill Russell and Archie Moore, tlie for m e r world light-heavy- weight boxing duimpioii. Other celebrities will include Scotty Mnnroe, of the Calgary Centennials and the Calgary Broncs of the World Hockey Association. In addition lo a steak dinner, guests will also view a film of Mr. Moore's 1S57 tillc fight against Cana- i City girl, 14 children. Peter Hale, president of the zone and campaign chairman, said a lotal of buttons were sold more than tiic objective of Participating in the cam- paign were vSven Kricksen's Family Restaurant, Rancho Motor Hotel and Marquis Hotel in lyCthbrige; Lazy K in Blair- more; Turtle Mountain in missing City police are continuing their investigation into the dis- appearance of Shiiley Chronik, 1-1. (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chronik, 110.1 31st St. A S. She was reported missing shortly after noon Saturday when she failed to return home from a friend's house. Shirley has brown hair, blue eyes and weighs about. 120 pounds. When last seen she was wearing blue jeans and a brown cord jacket. A police official said it is be- lieved the young girl may have dian Yvon Durclle. Ticket sales in Lcthbriilgc have "very poor" to date, but arc expected to pick up next week. Tickets for the sports dinner are available at: Plainsman Sporls. leisters Music, C11KC ar.d C10C, the Herald, Kainai News in Cardston anci at tho El Han elm Motor Hotel. Concerts coming The next program in the Uni- versity of Lcthbridge concert series will be held Wednesday at p.m. in the Yates Me- morial Centre. Performers will be tlie Uni- versity of Lethbridge Choir; Louise Chapman, accompanist; George Skipworth, conductor; Kathleen Holt, pianist, and the University Madrigal Singers. Tickets, which are 50 cents for students and for adults, are available at Leisters' Ltd.. IJie switchboard operator at the U of L, and at the Yates box office immedia- tely prior to the performance. Ttie Students' Society of Uie University of Lcthbridge will present Professor Herb Hicks and tiis jazz group at 12 noon Tuesday in Hoorn KtilXi. The hour is part of an enter- tainment series sponsored by :he Students' Society. Tlie public is invited to al- ;end. George Skipworth lit. pian- ist, will perform works by Bach nid Brnhms at the weekly ITni-i versity of Lethbridge music de- lartment noon hour recital Thursday in Room EC90. fie is the son of U of I, Pro- fessor and Mrs. Skipworth. and a senior in the music depart- ment at Whitman College in Washington. 1-' o 1 1 ow ing his graduation this summer, he plans to pursue g r a d u ate studies in music. Tlie public is Invited to at- tend. pricing structure which could be attributed to the lockout ac- tion. "Our major competitors ship their product from eastern plants so the action of shipping product be something foreign." Mr. Kuypers said no further talks iiave been held between the union and the company since the strike vote, hut he an- ticipates some talks in the very near future. He said the offer from the company would put the Leth- hridge employees on a level al- most equal with the employees in ttie Montreal plant. feel we can pay a cer- tain wage but then it comes to a point where we can't pay he said. "The cost of living clause is foreign to us since (lie com- pany doesn't and hasn't used it in other contracts. "With two year contracts we don't feel this clause is neces- sni-y, because the raises oilt- ueigll the cost of living." Garbage pick-up resumes Garbage pick-up will resume in residential areas this week. There will be a slight change, however. Since most back alleys ara stilt impassable, trucks will bo driven down (lie streets. The engineering department asks that residents place their gar- bage in plastic Dags at the front of their houses on lha regular pick-up day. JUST ARRIVEDI DOUBLE PETUNIA SEED Dwarf Victoria Mix El Toro Ajlro Red Cascade White Cascade Pink Cascade Ballerina Sugar Daddy Candy Apple We have eomplele iloek of Flower and Vegetable Seeds by McKenzies and Sleele Briggs. Coll Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN j Frank; and Java Shop in Fort gone to Calgary to stay with re- I Macleod. latives. fined Frank Merrick nf LethbridgG was fined SIM, assessed S'l court costs or given an alternative: of days in jr.il and had his driv- er's license .susjx'ndcd for ihrec months when he pleaded pally in magistrate's o u r t to a charge of careless driving. Court was told Merrick, a mo- torcyclist, was ch.isod .it speeds up to m.p.h. by city ohcc. During the chase he ran through several stop signs. BLACK, Ccrlified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower tevel MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 357-2872 NEW and USED ORGANS MUSICLAND WE TAKE GRAIN1 ONCE AGAIN IT'S SPRING Virgil described Spring more rhan every field is clothed with grass end every tree with leaves; now llio woods put forrh iheir blessings and ihe ycor assumes irs gay nttirP." Well snidl Bur, 1o many unfortunate folks an ollcrgic renelion to iprinrj grass and weeds brings misery ond suffering. Tearing eyes, running will be common, Unlike Virgil's day, ihero is to- day, a largo vnriefy of different drugs availabfo thai can provide relief. Your physcian knows the one drug that is for a specific allergy and stock them in our prescription foborarory. CAPSULES OF WISDOM BY ROD nnd GEORGE: "Label as to Content" "Equivalent'' "Generic' "High Cost of We are nwaro of all these rermi nnd modern prescription We handle your doctor's orders as he directs. Our "Prescription Service" is controlled by Alto. Pro vincial Government "Professional Service Fee" Cos! accounted Agreement, Did you realize that with proper care rhe human bocJy will last a lifetime. Wcnflhy pcopfo have a fof of will power DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hnig Medical Bldg. 40) 5th St. S. 601 6th Ave. S. Freo Delivery Can 328-6133 Coll 327-3364 ;