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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! Now and reduced student fares now available maximum age 25 For further information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 32B.3201 Tlie LetJtbridge Hei SECOND SECTION Lellibridge, Alberta, Wednesday, April 5, 1972 PACKS 13 TO 26 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. !01 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA Ask about Pholotjruy Tho lens Ihot changes light. Council is open to public The Southern Alberta Coun- cil on Public Affairs is a vol- untary organization of citizens concerned with community is- sues. 11 sponsors public forums, in- cluding a noon-hour dialogue which is held every second week, generally on Thursday at 12 noon at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Anyone can become a mem- ber simply by attending the council's public functions There are no fees, except for a levy of 50 cents added to the cost of the noon luncheon, 2 making a total of to cover mailing expenses. Persons wishing to he in eluded on the council's advanci mailing list may write to i through the University of Leth bridge faculty of education, o telephone 329-2436. The next meeting of the council will be held this Thurs day, from noon to p.m Meetings generally start wit! liic speaker's address, breaking for lunch than with round-tabli discussion. A cjueslion-aiid-answcr se; siou starts at about p.m This week's speaker is Dr Neil Holmes, head of the cro entomology section of the Let.i bridge Research Station. Hi topic will he Insecticides: D We Need Them? GULP! During March, gallons of water were distri buted in Lethhridge, compare with last March. LOCAL PHIS lOEXEDOIITm CATELLI More rail line abandonments WORK LOCKOUT A work lockoul at tho Lethbridge Calelli Ltd, plant entered its second day today with no end to the dispute in sight. Fifty-eight employees wore locked out of their jobs Tuesday, after ihey had voted for strike action last week. The labor dispute centres around wages and a cost of living confract clause. lockout., pickets continue sou Hy JOE MA I Hill. Herald Staff Writer j CP Hail now plans to aban-j Spriii] don 375.4 miles of mm profit-1 graili, able railways in southern Al-' )crta 2GCJ.5 mites more Ilian reported in a Herald transpor- tation survey in January In the survey, The Herald re- ported that CPU applied for [he abandonment of four branch lines totalling io.V9 miles. They were: Haley lo Whiskey Gap, 21 miles; Card- ston lo Glcnvvood, 2G.7 miles; Cassils to Scandia, 23.4 miles; and Suffield to Hays, 31.8 miles. The Herald has learned that CPR plans to abandon more branch lines in southern ta. They are: Manyberries to Cardston, 130.9 miles; Hays to Ellham, 112.3 miles; and hurst to Turin, 25.3 miles making a total of 375.4 miles on the abandonment list. However, no action will, or can be taken by CPR regard- ing the lines they plan to aban- don until Jan. 1, 1D75. Back in 1061, both CPR and CN Rail applied to Ottawa for the abandonment of a total of miles of railways in the Prairies. The Canadian Transport Commission refused to consid- er the applications without studying the impact the aban- donment would have on the public, especially the farmers. In 19G7, the commission froze applications on the abandonment of branch lines of all but miles in the Prair- ies. The commission said it would not consider any appli- cations until 1975. The four branch lines in southern Alberta which CPR lias already applied lo aban- 1114, Park Bend, Nin-1 rad. Skiff, Legend, Grantham, Vnuxhall, Rctlaw, Idtcrson Wool! or d I Nemiskam, Ktvikom, I'akowski, Kndiant. Travers, Lomond, Ar- Orion; mada, Milo, Quecuston, Slioul- Coulee, Bradshaw, Ma-, citv ric.; liire Mossleigh, lure Hallo, Iron Springs, j Farrow, Jim-onion; Agatha, illingworlb, Cecil, I Uninier. Ma- Welling, Raymond, Stir- Judson, Con- FLAMS TO Tlic lockout of 58 employees at CatclH Ltd., in Lethbridgu, is expected to be lengthy. Neither the union, the Cana- dian Food and Allied Workers, local 1115, nor Catelli manage- ment have engaged in any ne- gotiations sincR a conciliation hoard recommendation w a s nglo Ai Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 NOW OPEN Government llcenied Technician Repair) lo Radios, Televisions and Tape Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO rejected hy the union March 9. The lockout began Tuesday. The conciliation offer in- cluded a 27 to 30-cent-an-hour increase on a current hourly base rate of for women and for men. The union wants a 70- ce nt-per-hour in- crease over a two-year period. The employees have been without a contract since Jan. 1 While union picket lines have! lllCCtill been established, both disput- ing parties arc expecting the other to take the initiative to- wards renewed bargaining. Catelli, a subsidiary of La- batt' s Brewery Ltd., s ays Catelli gave the union lock- out notice last, Wednesday fol- lowing a near-unanimous vote strike by the employees. A union spokesman says a Catelli claim that it has stock- piled supplies in anticipation of the labor dispute is "a bluff." If such a stockpile exists, it will be located and picketed, he said. remain com- cannot meet the union de- mands and pclilive. Ami the union will not ac- cept anything less than the 70 cent increase it demands. It is also looking for a cost of living clause. Public Health Association IlCFC tills The Alberta Public Health Friday, home care Association will hold its con- discussed by Miss C. vent ion today through Friday at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Workshops, panels and tech meal discussions will highlight the meeting. A public health will he Swinton of Ottawa, consultant on chiid HUMIDIFIERS C A SHEET METAL LTD.' 1709 2nd Ave. S. 328-597 sponsored by (he public health nurses of Lethbririge and dis- trict started the convention. Professor II. L. Uiche of the school of hygiene in Toron- and adult health, Prof. Lc flielie, Miss E. Campbell and Dr. J. SetUc, both of Calgary. A panel discussion on the workshop' health unit of the future will feature Dr. T. J. Walker of Fort Macleod, L. E. head of public health inspector [raining at the British Colum- bia Institute of Technology, Dr. (o, Prof'.ssor IX G. Mercer of T- M- Currie, hcatl of thc Sas" the University of kalchewan (lciltal Program, and II. S. Fharis, board mem- Mlss Swmlon and Dr. K. Cle- for the Chinook Health i licr for the Unit, will discuss llic challenge, of change. Panel moderator! acia campaign, will be Dr. Kurt Adlcr of Fort Macleod. The Thursday session will cntl with sectional business meetings, visits to v a r ious health offices and the presenta- tion of life memberships to Margory Middle! on ami Dr. II. M. Brown. incnti of Medicine Hat, a par- ticipant on the Nutrition Can- CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BIACK DENTAL LAB Lower level MEDICAL DENTAl BIDG. PHONE 327.2822 CANDLE SALE Camm's feature very in es for the teen Campus Crowd -y CHILDREN'S SHOES fdcnlical styles to big sisters for misses' in navy suede and wet look comb motion, also brown suede ond wel ook comb., also in tan suede. Boys' Savage UnJmald Ox- fords and Slfp-Ons in brown or block. Open Mondays usual, Thurs. and Fri, Mil 9 LADIES' JOYCE SHOES navy, block, or Bone Wet look. "NEW Red, Bone, navy, beige, and Wet ok. 403 5th Street SHOES don are among the mites not frozen. However, the com- mission has not ruled on them; and it appears the commission prefers to consider the whole package after Jan. 1, 1975. CP Rail officials were in Lethbridge last year discuss- ing with Regional the Oldman River Planning Commis- box All colors All sizes MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP MARQUIS HOTEL Phono 327-1515 j Postmasters meet here I i i The annual sub conference i of tlio Canadian Postmasters! land Assistants Association, southern Alberta zone, will he j held at the Park Plaza Motor I Hotel April ft ami 9. j About 90 postmasters and I ttioir assistants are expected i to attend (lie sub conference, j on which numerous postal mat-: ters, including the coming into force this month of the new i postal code, will he discussal, j Marie Morris of Purplo! Springs, secretary of the zone, sail! Douglas Blackie, national president from Ottawa, A. K. CaEcman, provincial president from Edmonton, ant! John Dykun, southern area manager from Catgary, will be among those attending. sion the planned abandonment of more branch lines in south- ern Alberta, thai is, (he addi- tional 269.5 miles. Although it is too early to predict whether the Canadian Transport Commission will ap- prove the abandonment in or after 1975, southern Alberlans are advised lo prepare for Ihe worst. It is tp be recalled that the commission gave permission to CP Rail to discontinue passen- ger service from Medicine Hal to Lelhbridge and from Leth- uridge to Calgary effective July 3, 1971. The commission said it was satisfied that CP Rail was losing money for the passenger service, that there was insuf- ficient patronage to justify lha continuation of this service, and that alternative means of transport were available. Communities to he affected by thc abandonment if and when it is approved, include, besides those already men- tioned: Two of professional spo r is'] Mr. Moore says former super stars arrive a presr, release. in tho uity toniglit in prepara-j His group provides (ion (or (lie Western Canada oncl lionic'' for Native Winter Games Sports- men's banquet Thursday. Dill Russell, a rarely-inter- lecled hy Sports Illustrated as the Sportsman of the Year, a sec-j Of his career, he says: "I've many youths spent most of my adult life try- provides transportation lo ing to find out who I am. Now recreation areas. thai have. I'm going to try "It is intended lo encourage j lo find out where i live." He has lectured in more than and pr viewed Rational Basketball As-1 youth to attend school sociation scoring great former- j bring about communication1; and talked to ly with the Boston Celtics will that have caused the so-called young people on campus to touch down at Calgary Interim- generation gap." "K r a s P same knowledge of tional Airport tonight "and drive' More than l.GOO youths have what it was that might be trou- j been exposed to ABC philos-1 bling these future leaders of to Lethbridgc. Former w o r 1 d light-heavy- j ophies since its inception. weight boxing champion Archie Moore arrive at hclb- Airport at this af- America." Throughoul his b o x i n g ca- reer, Mr. Moore scored more knockouts than any prize fight- ternoon. el' in the history of organised Mr. Moore heads a Sail i hoving. Diego, California group known j During the banquet at Ilic El as Any Boy Can, which aids I Rancho Motor Mr. "youngsters from disadvan- Moore's match with Canadian taged homes." Yvone Durelle will be shown. Working in San Diego's Prior to breaking many NBA ghetto area, the organization' s c o r i n g championships, provides and develops leader- ship for youths between the ages of eight to 14 years old. "These students are usually free to roam the slrecls daily because of a lack of recreation and someone, to listen to their Russell won Ihe United team in In Mr. Russell was gold medal for States Olympic Easier Seals near objective The Green Acres Ki'.vanis Club In Lethbridge raised a to- tal of in their annual Easter Sea! Campaign. This was slightly under their objective of towards the provincinl objective of NEW and USED ORGANS MUSKLAND WE TAKE GRAIN! HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Lid. 1262 2nd Ave. i. Phono 328-3383 SERVICE ITD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, APRIL 6th SALE STARTS P.M. NO RESERVE Chf stoi licM TERMS CASH Renulifiil ['lush 1 Dark Hrosvn 1'lnsli lllld Kusl CtibiTil I'lii'.li C'linir RCA console TV; Croslpy Jridgc; Nice bnokcnse: Ciofitl wow! crib and mattress; Set rinse lulls; Toro reel lyjx; power mower; Frigiciairr fridge: Tlior wringer Dresser mid mirror; Bedroom suile with complete bed, chest of drawers, 2 niglil nnd vanity dresser and stool; 6 sheets arborile: Admiral portable'TV. Siicie projector; Hecorcis; .s-1' spring nnd mattress; 5 chicken feeders; 4 automatic' chicken .Small electric garden cultivator; Old gramaphnne; 12 x J2 rug; 2 kids rockers; Chesterfields and chairs; Kxercisc bike; Chrome chairs; End tahle: Hostess chair; Utility trailer; Small fibreglas boat: Lamps; Small air compres- sor; TV stand; Trikes; Single Treadle seMing machine; Floorlamp; Blankets; Drapes; G.Iv floor polisher; Kleclro- Iiix vacuum; Playpen; nnlhinello. MAMA' MORE ITEMS TOO NU.MKROUS TO MKXTIOM. T070 Simiki Honrlui M Mnlorhike Snsiiki SO Motorbike FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie, 41 lie. 458 FOR SAIE THE CHRISTIAN SCEENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper A1 Tlie CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner 12rh St. 4th Ave. S. 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