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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! New and reduced student faros now available maximum eicjo 25 For further information contact ART WILIIAMS TKAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The SKCOND SECTION Lethbridge, Mhcrla, Tuesday, April Jl, 1972 PAGES 11 TO 18 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA oboul Phologffiy It-'ni thcl chongel with l llghl. U of L will open officially Sept. 22 Ily JOE MA Ilorniil Stuff Writer The official opening anct spo- tial convocation of the Univer- sity of Lclliliridge will he hold Sept. 22 Lo 24, Lite U of li of- ficial openiiiK organizing com- mittcc announced loday. Hnlott Deny, an artisl-plioLog- rnpticf-wrilcr of Medicine Mat; Claude flisscll. president of tlie University of Toronto; and Kr- nest MaiminR, former premier of Alberta will lie awarded hon- orary doctorates aL the convo cation. ['rt-'micr Peter has accepted an invitation to speak at a public banquet durinji the opening activities, said Dennis O'Connell. chairman ol (lie or- ganizing comnnUcc He will he introduced by l.t.- f'.ov. Grant .MacEwnn in liis parily ns Visitor lo the univer- sity, said U of L president Dr. Hill Deckel. Caldli settlement Co-chairman of tlie organiz- ing committee is Jim Dimslan, of Richardson Securities. Mike Sutherland, U of information services coordinator, serves on tlie publicity committee. Dr. liOTkel said btnldint! acklilions ore scticd- tilcd li> hi- completed by June, and by the time of the official opening, "llierc will be a com- pleteness. his- Al- glimmers The (irsl of a labor sct- Uemcnl a( the Lcthbridge Cal- clli plant here where em- plovees have been locked oul since April 4 were announced by Ihe Canadian Food and Al- lied Workers Union, local 1115. Tuesday. Norm LeClairc. the CFAW apent said, Catelli has request- ed Q meeting with tlie union for Wednesday morniiiR- NeithcT has been in- volved in ncgolifitions since Die union rejected a conciUalion hoard recommendation last month. Prior to the announcement both labor and management in- sisted, (lie other initinfc tire first action towards reopened nego- tiations. Calclli locked out the work- ers Following a slrikc vote which the union members ac- cepted by an overwhelming ma- jority. Mr. l.eC'laire Ihorc was in a provin- cial Labor Minister Bert Hohol R certninly be ;i loric event for southerti iMr. Dunstan said. To be unveiled during the opening activities will bo the famous sculpture MOSL-S, a 22- fool, six-ton creation by Sorel Ktvog, Mr. O'Conncll said. He said M. J. McCormick of the House of Seagrams, which purchased Moses after ils exhi- bilion al Kxpo TJ and subsc- qucnlly donated it to Ihe U of L, bo here for the imvpil- would also like the artist lo conic, but so fai' have not been able to reach Dr. Bockol said. Oilier notables to attend the official owning include prcsi- dcnls and senior academic staff of all Canadian univcrsi- j lies. Dr. Ileckel said (lie pt-csi dent, of Natfoya Gakuin llniver sily, U of I.'.s sister university itr Natfoya, Japan, will come. Mr. said there will he numerous activities the pub- lic is invited to altoml, inelmJ inj! an open house Sunday, Sept. 21. Fair board comment in the legislature that his the d Giles." Mr. Hobo] said the labor de- partment had been in touch with both of the disputing par- lies, Tlie company is reassessing Us position, the labor minister said. TJie department ol" labor has yet to make any ccmlaet with Ihe union since the lockout bo gan, Mr. LcClaire said. The union wants a 7fi-cent- perhour pay increase over a 1 wo year period. K mployecs have been working without a contract since ,Jan, 1 Any government assistance in resolving the dispute "will he appreciated" after some effort in consulting with the union has been made, he said. gets grant of The Herald Legislature Diircnu EDMONTON The LeLli- hhdyc ICxinbiuon Association and Fair Hoard received ap proval for a provincial grant Monday up from 000 oiiyirrtlly budgeted. Api'icuUuie Minister Hugh Ilorncr announced the gran following questioning by Dick Gruemvald (SC Ixithbridge durinfi the spending esti leparirnent may step into j mates dcbnte for Ihc agricul lispute to ''sort out Ihe Is- Lure department. Dr. llorner sEiid the Loth bridge exhibition received sup- port from the government he cause of ils value in promoL ing agi'iculturnl products- Sat., April 1 p.m. For The Aime Singers Mciny unusuuf items nol cjcnernlly found tit nuclions SPONSORED BY Auction Services 2508 -2nd Avo. N. CIC exec here April 25 The executive dircclor of the C-ommillec for an Independent Canada. Mrs. Barbara Daprato, will visit I.clhbridfie April 25 in the course of her Western Ca- nadian lour to '19 CIC commit- tees. Mrs. Dapralo is expected to hold a public meeting during her one-day visit, said Bill jSkclton, chairman of Ihu I.eth- CIC. The CIC is holding ils firsl annuiil meetinp at j il Sven r-riekst'ii's Family Res- niiranl. MAKING THE MOST OF IT Many humans spend a lifetime trying lo figure out how to escape (he concrete jungle of the ctf y, wilh its huslle and buslle. Perhaps (bey don't really have to escape after all jus I a da pi and adopt a philosophy like I his young cat appears lo have done. Herald! pholographer Phil Fouids cought ihis ieline blissfully sleeping beneath the post office steps, in a nice, ray of sunshine, on a soft spot of earth oblivious to passersby o-i the nearby siJcwalk; Ihe cars on ihe road and o person overhead moiling a letter, This cat has found a comfortable spot in the concrele [ungle and is making the most of it. n> Two proposals, wliicli private firms will be asked to bid cni, v.'ere suhinited for council con sideration. The- first reference to (hi- propo.snls al Ihe t-iiuu1 with Aldermau motion IhaL tlie city continue iu oiierate thr? gnrbnco roMer.iWj illhoutih tlierc some null- ration the nlcknnon an- sanitary lamlf.ll That resolution dc-fi-jifd l.i.v a six to three martini vjiii Herald Slafl U'rilcr The city will call for tenders mmedialely for private nar- collection and sanitary andfill ojieration The city manager v ns in- structed by city council Mon- lay to advertise for lenders. favor of a collodion operaUon. nears in council talks Another in the series of steps o provide local motorized re- rrealtonal vehicle users v.ilh ic properly on lo run ;hcir machines was taken hy city council Monday. About partisans sat through a discussion of the sub- Jed lo hear council instruct the city solicitor to comment and advise on Ihe city's legal re- sponsibilities in (lie maltcr. Those comments will come at a later mealing, "ns soon as possible." The question is not lining shelved by Alderman Steve Knlch said. intend to do something about it." Commnmly services dircclor Rob Darllctr said Ihe oily is negotiatini; the Lellibridgc Country Club for some land in Ihe jiver valley which could be used for MRV operation. An- other piece of properly south of the- cily is also being consider- ed, ho said. City Manager Tom Nutting .said IhaL properly, the Whiteney sand and gravel I on. The question hoila to money.' hi' suid. Who would pay for the properly? "As far as I'm concerned, the taxpayers have enough in- i vested in roads on which most of these vehicles can .Mr. j ISuHing snid. j He went funher 1o say the use of MRVs is ''incompatible urban aiul that "maybee tlic city slinuld go lo 'he county lo pet Ihem I" share some of the responsibility." Alderman Yauglum Hem- broff took a UiTferi'iH approach and if 'he MUY users "ask ns lo set aside some land that (he city alroruiy owns in the coulees, we should do so and let them beat tlie hell oul of il." He reminded by Mr. Nutting that count-it Ini'i ruled mil Lhe coulees for MllV IIFC. Alderman Vera Fi only Aldermen Tom Ferguson and Hill Knpm viiUi Aid. Haslulo. Aid. Masted-) paid HIP cily has a job in Hie years evmr- by ami can cent i to do at slightly higher cfbl The future of Ihe city cm- plnyi'es mnv working on par- collection concenu'd Alrl. Kertvm. ll'j sriid the nly enij'U'Vcvs "v.lm an.; iiul uua- rani'jed a job" it a privn'c hnn -.akes over Ihc operation. Cily Manner TOUT N'litUnc the sayiry Ihe. re v urk aimther op- r ration if iney nro unable to pel a job itli the Mitcessful bid- der. lie reminded the aldermen he was asked by rluriiu; budget liisL'nssior.s to wij fo: tenrlers, Aid. Tom siid thn rily "v. i.'n! to ,1 of IroubJe .several years a.Co lo establish the garbage collection ite enlity" and is "doiny an nxccllcnt job now." In Ic-nn.s nporaiional "llu-re is now '.ulh Ihe city can compare ils Aid. Vera Fergu- son said. "By pullini; lliincs out ty lender, have something to romparc ourst'h'L'S she said. A 1 d. Vauchan Ilembroff atji-ced lender.1; .shoidtl be rail- ed for. but wfis sceptical about private firms If Hie present oper- ation is an example of private cnlcrpiise CEUI do, we can'l lhal level of com- in eilhr-r landfill or col- cannol cily. purchased 'lie owner isn't by I he even in- terested in selling because of the end he said. City will seek more money for provincial court rent Mayor Andy Anderson was cililies which Ihe attorney- snid lite people are really I he snid. inleresled in racing junior- The Janrlfill operations Mill eyles and tlunp Implies have i out lo tender liccausc the con- surcesslully them- Dispose-All Services selves" am] Jjnvc land to race foi- that job has been termin- ated. Mr. NuUiiif! said If the city was to operate Ihc landfill, it uould be ncrepsaiy to buy a bulldozer. The city paying per month to Dispose-All. The rest of the vehicle who are I heir scooters definitely slip said. for instnictcd by city council Men-! cruPs dupartmenl and on day to approach the provincial; stamlanj lense arransemenis ol helween 53 and n square foot. Chief MichelKon calculates Hie city should per year for attorney-general's office, he- fore budget estimates arc ap- proved for the year, to seek a more equitable share of costs for the court room facilities here in the city police build- ing. The subject was brought lo council's attention by the board of police commissioners, which government LEROY'S PLUMBING 4 GASFITTING SERVICE WORK a NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 By JIM JliT.lllI IVlilcr hiive liiicl li'oulik1 in Itu.1 ]jnst tlicii- federal im.-omc inailef] by Ilio (le.ulliite, get a re- prieve (his yejir. Tux i-t'Uirns rlun'l lnu-p lo he posi iiiiir'ked until midnight Mi'v 1. lifC'iiu-c April :id falls'on a Suiulny. Sunie ily aicountaitlK .ilirl McCrecidy-Baines Pharmacy A Friend the family can rely on! Prescription? Just Call 327-3555 We Deliver! Wfien you're confinea' to bed, or jusl you don'J feel well enough to pick up a prescription cull us. We deliver! "WE ARE OPEN MONDAYS" McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Avo. S. Phone 327-3555 iticonie tax prcparcrs htivc Ilicir offices open Sunday, April 30, to accommodate' slips are received, laMimt lo March 20." Then there's a marked lull hot ween March 20 and 31. "Poo pic are just not interesled in filinp their lax returns in tfiis period. Tlic company lias spent thousands of dollars in c-r- tising lo coiTccl lliis situnlion, without much surcrss." (he calendar changes over lo April, lie said, IniFiiU'ss pels vrry "As a nuiUcr faci, 50 nor cent of our nn- considers Ihe payment made liy the atloruey-yeneral's de- partment for the use ol court- room facilities insufficient. In a letter lo the attorncy- office, Police Chief Ralph Michclson points out that tiie Cjiy received a gov- crnnicllt Brailt lci1 years '0-B -p P whicl1 "is if we are to C vittc rcnl-frcc accommodations for Hie of court operations which operate here. Surely the prant ten years ago not intended to cover payment for Ihesc needs forever." Based on square feet for the court room and related fa- be paid S13.000 Ihc facilities. There is no payment now, aside from (he original grant. Aklerrnan Vera Ferguson suggested "perliaps more could be Accomplished at the polilical level, since liltle has Ijeen done at (he provincial administration level." i n r o in e is received in April. in Ihe two liy I'ei'siins do nut the I dt'iuHiiu; ttiis VL-Dr v, ill Vie n penally of lue of the Ij.'ilaiu-c ( in Ltio lUC'llt. PC" whn may he liavim; prol'U'ins ilh Ih" incniii" or v.'lin mi .Hit be jidvi'-L'd to thc-ir aec'ounlanl or income lax prepfirer now to avoid ihe U.nj; -S-'imc account ntUs ll'.i'v vuHifd I if c'losfd the April :tO ridded Mint Ihey would IMC-I-; k that rlny if tlie iK'nl CL1FF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechan BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL B1DG. PHONE 327-2B22 Do you hnve merchandise lo consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service AUCTION BARN 250B 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1222 SPALDiNG 7-PIECE Co-uisls of No. 1 (inrf 3 svcsris, 3-5-7-9 irons and put- ter. Mtn'i right or left hand, lorlir.i' right hand and Jurvor right hand. Mfg. sb0fj. list Spring Special, se! CALL SPORTING 037-5767 DOWNTOWN ART DIETRICH DENTURE CUMC DENTAl MECHANIC Sthwcrlr Blrig. 172 5th 51 S Phone 378-4095 ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS CUSTOM FRAMING quality material a1 low, low pfitei HOUSE OF FINE ART 409-5 Si. 3rd rlli Phone 328-1314 f Greyhound Bus Depot Hours. Won., Tues.r Wed. Snf. to p.m. Thurs and Fri 9 a.m. ro 9 p.m- DSSCONTENUED 1971 COLOURS Clearing out al greatly reduced prices YOU CAN SAVE YOURSELF OFF ON EACH QUART OFF ON EACH GALLON CO. LTD. Corner 13lh St. nnd 2nd Avo. 5. Phone 328-3301 "Your Pioneer [onihrr Dnnlor 5incn 192S" ;