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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PLAN YOUR SUMMER VACATION NOW-BE IT EAST OR WEST Let ui assist you with your plant ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MAIL PHONE 358-3501 The Lethbiidije Herald SECOND SECTION Lcllilmclgc, AIlHM-la, .Monthly, April 3, 197Z Bud Olson in Taber Wednesday Bud Olson, federal minister of agriculture, will attend a public meeting Wednesday in Tuber to nasM'cr queslions re- garding federal .spending for ir- rigation works in southern Al- berla. lie was requested to attend such a mealing at Uie annual meeting of the SI. Mary River Irrigation District after water users fold to start .squawk- ing or lose federal ami provin- cial capital money. Jake Thiessen, manager of SMRID. said the west division water users had requested meeting in Coa'dale hut in tlic infcrcte of lime liave agreed lo meet wi'Ji Uie minister in Die Taber Civic Centre Auditorium a( 10 a.m. lie said tlic meeting is de- signed specifically for the wa ter users in SMKld so tJicy can find out why the federal gov- ernment is not allocating funds for irrigation works rehabilita- tion in Lhis area. Mr. Thicsscn said if Uie water users arc interested in rebuild- ir.g the 70-year-old SMRID, it i, imperative Uiat (licy make tlieir wishes known to the min islcr or ?.t least fir.d out Die government position regarding funds. He said the users want to fir.d out where Uie federal-pro- vincial cost sharing agreement now stands and where thz fed- eral funds will ho spenl for this yerr. "It sounds like Done of the federal money will be spent in the SMUD, ar.d now Ite users will be able to find out why al a public said IWr Thiessen. "U is now up bo the water users lo ask the questions." Model UN at LCI The ninlh annual model Unit- ed Nations got under way today at the Lctlibridgc Collegiate In- stitute, with more than 125 stu- dents from We-slern Canada and Ihe northwestern U.S. attendance. The project was organized by the World Affairs Club al the school ami is a facsimile o: the UN Assembly. Secretary general of the Iff72 assembly Is Hairy Kraiise a social science instructor al Wilson Junior High School; ant president is Dr. Frank Simon of Calgary, professor on the faculty of education at Ihe Uni- versity of Calgary. Student chairman is Arthur lAvi stone, president of the World Affairs Club. The afternoon sessions, from to p.m., arc debates on topics from the book of UN Resolutions, and are open U) Uie public. LOCAL DISEASES Diseases reported in tlie city of Lcthbridge during the last unartcr of 1971 included 70 chicken pox cases, three infec- tious hepatitis, W mumps, nine rubella, one salmonella nnd 11 slreptococcal infections. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1362 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 t- IViGKS 13 TO 24 Time Grande By .IOK MA Ill-mill Slatr Wrilri- The Air Transport Commit in Ottawa is expected lo njle in favor of a Time Air- vays application to operate an Edmonton Grande Prairie route. Stiiijb Ross, president, and Diehard Barton, vice-president, n( Time wore in Ottawa last NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ohoui Phologray Tfie tcrci 1liul cnunyts wilh the lighl. airie route notification bo n month ;hri decision i.s v.ci-k inw-linp with Iho. commit-I Ilmu'vi-r. tiffick'.l Icr Mr. UIKS snid lie is "op- j nf the d' may timisiic." that tlic application will bci approved. we expecting a dori- j fj> anil Pacific within the next i Airlines have filed mtcrvcn- huns the Time applica- coriiinillec meets every i Time, however, has thu Mr. Ross said ui tl'.i; provincial ii'; I.cthbridge and airio chambers of ALL ASHORE Mrs. Marilyn Butler, centre, of 502 I2lh Ave. A N. is shown being helped ashore by Doug Schow, cily firefighter and Don city police sergeanr, afler the sailboat she ond her husband Konnelh were sailing on Henderson Lake capsized by a gusl of wind shorlly before noon Salurday. The Bullers were rescued by Kerber Photos Roy Duval, Colin Sfrorfie and Brian Murray, all of Lelh- bridge. The three youlhs had been in a row boat on the lake al (he lime the sailboat capsized, The city firefighlor rescue boat was called later lo retrieve the overturned sailing craft. Saturday was ihe firsl lime the Butlers had gone sailing and I hey plan to go agciin soon. Alberta Native Winter Games getting set for action Friday o c? A full compliment of re- ferees, doctors and security personnel has been lined up .for the first annual Native Winter Games to b.c held on the Blood reserve April 7 lo 9, to ensure safety of pnrticipaling athletes from across Canada, All hockey games, wilh an es- timated 20 teams participating, will be played at the Kaimu Sports Centre in Standoff, be- ginning nt 1 p.m. April 7. Games opening ceremonies be conducted shortly before the hockey games al the arena. Boxing events will take placo at St. Paul's School, about fivo miles northwest of Cardslon. An estimated 70 boxers represent- ing their different categories, Oardston, Fort Macleod and Lct-bbridgc. Attempts arc currently being made on (he reserve to declare1 April 7, the opening day of the games, a civic holiday to allow A large number of non-Indian spectators are expected to lake in the games, wilh interest run- ning high in Calgary end Ed- monton. However, interest in tho The seonis lo have started n rather nnsLy trend snov, hvo weekends in n row. II wasn't quite a.s hart this weekend, Only three indies drcpjKid hero. The really disappointing thing is Ilic dull forecast for tlie next few days. There i.s nutliinn in Ihc out- look In indicate the high tem- peratures we need arc com- Thursday. Mr. Ross said he support was told Hint tlie committee ernmriit, "ill cither reach a decision Iliis r.rar.tli' I Thur'-rlay or noil. mnm-crrr. i Tin-- chamber umiriK'rce lias sent rccojnmemlalions to its Grnmlo IV.'Liiie counterpart of Time's I'jaiiie. cily council voted in [avor of Time service; and tlie pruvir.ei.'il ilepartmc-nt of highways anc'i ti-ansport has ing rid of the snow. Todny. I h c tcnrx-raturo will r-'iich the mid nus and Tuesday t.h c thermometer may hit JO degrees. Ottawa thnt Tini'3 per- to tiiiciaU: thii Grando More rold temperatures are Pr.ai.k, u, ipcvied for tonight, somc- UlilK alwvi Oil like 0 to 5 veil, it's nil. Tile Great Snovvninn lias JUM had a brief reprieve itmii a sr.owfall in July? Cutelli employees Lo strike as company locks its doors II v IHC .S Herald Staff W iter Mr. Kuypers said wilh (ho lockout the company was fore- Time officials said (lie coin- mil ten? is expected lo nile in Time's fnvor Ihc argu- menl.s of CP Air nnd aro rather vcak: CP Air says Grande IVnJiic is being ade- quately nnd PWA pays it sltould bo pivcn thn services ;ire Time lias two distinct art- it i.s .1 provincial air- line; niul it.s smaller aircraft and niuiL1 service aro for smEill communities like Clraiulc Prairie. Picket Lino.s be set up ins: the issue to a point instead! it Calnm Lid., 1st Avc. and 13Lh St. N. at 5 a.m. Tuesday He said Ihero was no way of wbcn 5G memliers of Uie Catia- clian Food and Allied Workers Union, local 1115 strike to hncb incrcascf! pay demands. The company will close 11 s doors at a.m. following service of lockout notice to tlie employees brought on by a icar-iinnnimoLis vole (o strike Wednesday. The uniotv Ls seekirg n 70- cent per hour increase on a year contract plus a cost of living bonus. A conciliation award offer of a 27 lo 3u-ccnt per hour increase was accept- ed by the company but reject- ed by the union. Brian plant man- ager, snid the company feU it could nut operate efficiently vilh Ihe threat of strike hanging over its head. Tlie union has the right lo strike at any time within one year from Ihe strike vote fol- loViinR a notice to strike any working days prior lo the action. Mr. Kfiss snid after the appli- letting it drag ouL indctini-i cation hns been approveti, his airline may purchase on addi- tional plane. lie expects to be able- In commence the Grnnde ]mvc plain. (CUllJH HOW iOl.-i I II IHi'.llL v.mild remain closed. "II i.s one Prmric smlcc suln' (lie populace (o participate in games among uon ii.itjvo i soirthcrn Albcrtaiis is currcnlly ceremonies. Alberta Service, Corps seeking student volunteers articipalc. Men's and women's ball teams, junior nnd from four provinces wil ci'palc in inodiil lay volved in ttie Alnerln be in- Servirc Corps and agencies interested in submitting projecls to which volunteers can be assigned may obtain application forms at the dcpartrncnL o[ culture, youth and recreation, basket- S. Four basic types of service include the mouth vohm- leer, usually high school stu- dents who arc selected, trained and supervised by HIB project sponsors; (he four month vol- unteer, usually university slu- parii- Ij.isket- l Kames at Si. Mary's -School alwilt 10 miles north ol Card- Rlon. Many of (lie basketball play- j crs and will be billeted at the schools, wilh the rest o( I the alhlcles staying in hotels al TUESDAY SPECIAL! serve Alberla res the ton month volun- teer and the four rnonlh re- The Alberta Service Corps is lurn volunteer, who Ls rcquircxl n program lo provide in hnve hail a four- rjpporlunities fui1 youths lo month Imn uf All provkiftl SI nr ?2 per day and a grant of cither or SGJO respcclivcly at Lerminntion of service, ac- cording to length of service, Furl tier information can bo obtained from Al Tlrcvvor, dis- threc main areas of life: mental hcallh, Indian Metis com- munities and urban youlh. Volunteers receive minimal remuneration for the project's duration and a grant a( termi- nation of service from Hie Al- berta Service Corps. Buck-a-Cup reaches objective Tho Cnmdian Rcslaiirant As- sociation local 7onc Lodny Hint it ro.ichcd it.s objec- tive in Ilic Biick-A-Cup cam- paign for the benefit of criplcd cIiilrliTn. Poler Ifalc, president of flic zone and campaign chairman, sairt s (otsl of 1.0S7 buttons were sold more than flic objective of (he cam- Krickscn's Iricl yontli rcnrcscnlnlivo al Iho (icpnrlmciil of cnllur youth nnd rc-croatinn. i Cily girl, 11 Parlicipat-ing in paign were Svcn Family Tlcstaurant, K! Rancho Motor Ifofcl and Marquis Hole! in IxMhbrigo; Lazy K in Blair- i more; Turtle Mounlain siul nussing City police are continuing (hoir inlo (he dis- of SJiiilcy Chronik, M, of Mr, nncl Mrs. .Joseph Clironik, 1101 3Lst fit. A S. She was reported nissinp shortly after noon Saturday U'licii failed lo return home fiom n friend's house. Shirley has hair, blue R ga organizer says, Tlie Indian Sports Olympic Aisocintinn of Alberla, sponsors of Ihe games hosted by the Bloods, anticipate an dc- ticil from Ihe games. Origir.til planned expenditures (o conduct (he games were more Ihan double Uie amount lo be s petit, now. This is due primarily (o lack of federal financial participa- tion, even though it had been verhr.lly assured by Uie depart- ment of health and welfare ear- lier hst year. To help offset the pames de- firil, LNSrOL is conducing a SporLsinan''j Steak Dinner, com- top international head table Diesis, at the Jlancho Motor Jlolel on April (i. Altcndinp tho dinner wiH be many National Hoc-key League pl.iyors, haaketball great Bill Russell and Archie "Moore, the j forme r world liEjln-hoavy. weight boxing cliinnpion. Other cvlobritied Mill iiTcMudi! Scotty Munroe, of Iho Calgary Centennials nnd the Calgary Tlroncs of the World Hockey Association. In addition lo a .steak dinner, will also a film of Mr. Moore's 11137 (illc fight against O.'ina- riinn Yvou DurellL1. Ti ckel s ale.T j n hbritlgc have "very poor" to clnle, hut arc expcclcil lo pick up ncxl week. Tickets for the sports dinner nrc! available al: Plainsman Sporls, Ulslors Music, C11KC ar.d GTOC, tho Herald, Kainni in Cnrdstnn and at tho El Ilanrho Molor IfotcL eyes ahou'. 120 pounds. When last seen slie was wearing blue jeans and n brown cord jacket. A police official said it i.s be- lieved Ihc young may have [TYank; and Java Stop in Fort [gone to Gafg.'iry to slay with rc- 1 Macleod. lalivcs. Cyclist, fined Frank Merrkk nf was S't court costs or given an alternative of 2.3 in jr.il and had his driv- licence .snspcncird for ilirec monih.s viicn he plcaifcxl piiHy in magi.'-trale's o u r I to a charge of careless driving. Court was fold Mcrrick, a mo- was