Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
PLAN YOlJfi SUMMER VACATION NOW-DE IT EAST OR WEST Let us nssisl you with your plans ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 SKCOM) SUCTION I.clhhrklRc, Albcrl.i, Tuesday. April 1072 I'AGKS J.'i TO MOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. lul PROFESSIONAL BIDG 7.10 4th AVE. S. LETHBRIOOE, AIBEPJTA oboul Photogruy The ihat clicjngoi the light. tBae legislature CHHi; Mi-lNTYHE 'lln-iilcl Slaff Writer Musi of Allir-rla's 75 MLAs arc in Ilicir home consLitucncics today catching up on lour weeks mail anil local concerns. i'rcitiier I'ctcr adjourned Ihc legislature Thurs- day lor a rive-clay recess lo allow MLAs time lo catch up on hometown business. Tlie session is to resume at p.m. Wednesday and continue (or about a munUi. Dick Gmcnunlrl (SC-U'Uibridgc West) used the CJOC open-line radio program Monday lo hear local concerns and explain flovcnnncnt busiiK'.s.s. Mr. CirueiiM.nld expected more contact with constituency issues over lunch at Ihc Kiwanis meeting today. LciRhton Dtickwcll, the MLA for Maclcod and Ted Hin- man, MLA for Cardston will lour their areas to give resi- dents a chance to express problems am! ask questions. Mr. Buckwell spent Monday evening at a meeting of the Lclhbridgc Northern Irrigation District at Picture Butlc. Mr. Ilinman is louring Stirling, HillsprinR and Glcmvood to talk with groups and individuals during the recess. Charlie Drain, the MLA for Pincher Creek-Crowsnost set himself a light-hearted program lhat includes: communing with the spirit of the mountains; catching up on mail and consti- tuency affairs; admire pretty girls; visit the Hillcrest Miners Club; and "sadly" return lo Edmonton. For many MLAs Ihc pare is more hectic. Harry Strom, leader of the Social Credit Opposition and MLA for Cypress, is spending only half the recess in his home constituency because of pressing business in Edmonton. Lou Ilyndman, minister o[ education and MLA for Ed- monlon Glenora is typical of busy cabinet ministers. His agenda includes: a speech lo the Alberta Teachers Association; a weekend spent reviewing the spending estimates for his department; preparing the speaking list for government house mem- bers for coming weeks. (Mr. Hyndman is house Then, meeting constituents and "taking it easy with my three youngsters and seeiny my wife Mary." Wlicn the session resumes Wednesday, ML.4s will bo faced with a dcparlmcut-by-riepartmcul consideration of the spending eslimales for the fiscal year that started April 1. Also on Ihc list of tinfinished business are 21 opposition motions nnd 32 changes or new pieces of legislation lo be enacted. Among the motions for debate are. recommendations that (he government: oppose the Village Lake Louise project; put driver education in schools; establish a provincially-owned and controlled electric power grid system; implement early childhood education; permit snowmobiles in cerlain areas in provincial parks; require agriculture marketing boards to guarantee share" of the market to the small producer; establish a voucher system to pay for education; study community based health and social development centres; establish a pie-audit system of surveillance of govern- ment spending: slandardize school design; establish provincial parks within city and town boun- daries; crcale a municipal ombudsman; eliminate government ownership of housing; increase money for private schools operating govern- ment approved curriculum. By UOX I AI.DWEL llorald Staff EDMONTON' The Teachers' Association At the picsriil limp, school boards the trustees have authority lo dismiss a leachcr Alberta j on days miner. made "it also prc.viilc.s prutcclion [or competent li'acher.s against teachers v.lio are incom- major grasp for power Mon- day, despite heavy opposition froni the province's largest sin- j glc leaching group -Edmonton Tho bylaw wnuld enable public. j the ATA to determine whether The controversial I) y 1 a w i n teacher is inccimpc'li-nl and to amendment, which passed fol- j recommnul lo UK' un'iislpr of lowing several hours o[ heated i education Ihal UK- lose the into! oltc-n dLsriKsed thrrtng the cUihalc. SupjiorUTs the bylaw in- ert1 protection, while op- ponents .slickest that teachers will biTorne the victims of a "witchhunt." "Competency byhuvs are a prolccUon for teachers, llujv arc not right nl who would linve anything ID home in i-ethhridpe. He recall- i fear from SIH h a bylaw." ed (or Tim Jlerrdd a few "bend- ers" be had here. One lime lie lilurally exhausted the city's supply of chnmpapne. "I couldn't find another bottle for love or IK: .said. At ti p.m. Friday there will be a meeting for AA members Mr, Cousins said there are only six In HI eases a year in the province involving teacher compcU'ncy. He said one ot" the main rca- Fons Lclhbrklpe teachers pup- port the move ts that It pro- lefts good teachers from being I lumped in wilh the hail onus. res r and theirs guests at the South-. _ cm Alberta AA Chapter House! Mn Cmislns lhal lf "t 10th nnd St S provincial government Eatnrdav 111 wil he siini- lar mootinrfs _. Ihe Cbnp er passes the House al 2 p m. and midnight, At p.m. Saturday in SI. Andrew's Prcslmprian Church Hall al iUb Ave. and Kith St. S. UILTC will be a dance for A A memliers ancJ guests, Matt will he one of th? featured bancjueL .spaekers, At 10 a.m. Sunday (here will he a closed meet ing for AA members only at the Chapter House, followed by the public meeting at p.m. at the 'ales and a windup meeting ATA p o e r in lliis area that carefully." t -L Tin i- -H i Yales and a windup of it Wh, e Matt wil bo an al- fcr AA mcm] n( coholic iinli the day lie dies, ,e ch nl is proof that the disease can be Anyone uilh a sincere desire i.-SAT. APRiL 6th, 7th, and 8th IN AID OF THE CAMPAIGN BUNCH 35c 3 BUNCHES 1.00 Daffodils will be on sale as 2 lo 8 Thursday and Friday and To on Saturday at Ihe following businesses: 4 Stores, 3 l-Mart Stores, I.O.A. Slore, Enfon'f, Slirbhi Phcirmcuv, Marq jfi Fioweri, Finchr'i Flowers. 1 to 6 Friday nT the following banks: Royal Bonk of Canada, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, EnnJc of Montreal, Bank of Nova Scotia and Treasury Branch, Alf hospitals and nuning homes are co-operating hy selling daffodils for ihfi worth while eavie. Cancer CAN Be Beaten Please Support This Daffodil Sale! By TIUDY IIA1 fl Herald Staff Wrilcr Non Indian (n (he Western Canada Nalivc Winter Gamos banquet planned here Thursday is poor. Bc'lwcc-n 1.1 nnd 20 out of an available -100 tickets for Uie banquet have boon sold in Lc'.li- bridRc. Tlie Gvc-at. conmlflp with an [nlornationally star .stmlclcd liead table, oraun up lo offset part of an Sa.OOf) deficit uxpcplocl from Ihrc-c-day which Ij-.'p.in Friday on tii-j Rlood rc-cri'p. An e.stitn.'ilcii 'i'KI lelcs from four western prov- inces arc CM peeled to _________ CUFF BLACK, Dcnlnl BIACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG, PliONE pair in (lie pamcs, liavc' acrlnim (rom promi- nc-rL persons Ironi lin'oiurbout the conlmc-nL Organizers of the banquet, the Indian Sports Olympic As- sociation of Alberta, tomorrow plan to conduct a blitz of or- gnmznlions and groups to sell more tickets. A canvr.Jis of some I.olh- lias proven an L-xyrci.se in futility, said a of stars Moore, UK including Archie former world liyhL- lioxinj; Dill Rusdoll. the rarely-inter- vie wed prent formerly with the Hn.-ton Celtics of the National Basketball Asocia- tion. Others include n long Hsl of radio ntul lelcvi.sion personalities and National League nnd World Iliiekcy Association treated nnd successfully over conic. A major part of his talk will be on the AA program and Its 12 simple recommended steps to recovery. Also addressing the public meeting will be, KnH T. of Cal- gary, wife of an alcoholic and member of Al Anon. She will discuss how Al Anon, which fol- lows a program similar to AA, has helped her lo understand her husband anrt his problem nnd how it. has helped turn an almost hopeless existence into a happy life. The meeting Is sponsored by southern Alberta groups of Al- coholics Anonymous which this weekend will be holding their 17th annu.il AA roundup. More than 200 alcoholics and to quit drinking is invited to all the meetings. Tlie only quaU i ification for membership in AA is a desire to slop drinking. There are no dues or fees to join. NEW and USED ORGANS MUSICIAN WE TAKE GRAINI We carry a complete stock of BROOKS FIREPLACE EQUIPMENT O Fire Screens O FireiDt Tools And Irons O Wood Boxes 6 Coal Hods Wood Holders Available in Polished Brasi, "Swedish Iron, Black, Ham- mered Srrss and Copper. Coll Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN "We can't afford it you hit us liad seems lo be Hie said. II pointed out lliat a ma- )iirily of .southern Alliprta In- rlian.s do Ihcir shopping in I.elh- bridge. IXSPOL. in ils planned hsl-minnlc nplimislin thai ii can sell cnnnph Mc-kclf. to riol em- i bnrrns in front of (lie hrad (ahlc whicli Tickets for (lie banquet to be he-Id at the I'l Rnncho Motor Ilolel arc availblo at llio VA KaiK-lio Motor Hold, CHKU j and CJOC; Thp Herald; Lois-: lers Alusic; Kainai News; Plainsman Sports. LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS nnd CUSTOM FRAMING qualily mater in I Icsv, low prices HOUSE OF FINE ART 409-5 Si. Soulh Phone 328-1314 door north of Greyhound Bus Depot Store Hours: Man., Tues., Wed. and Sal. 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thurs and Fri 9 lo 9 p.m. McCready-Baines Pharmacy A Friend Ihe family can rely on! Prescription? Just Cull 327-3555 We Deliver! When you're confined to bed, or jjsl you don't feel well enough to pick up a prescription call ui. Wo deliver! 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