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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL SET MAXIMUM SALARY FOR VICE-PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL salary for a vice-pita- cipal in a Lethbridge high school set at per year by mem- bers of the local School Board when they held their regular meet- ing in the Collegiate Thursday evening: In connection viith the set- ting of this salary in the teachers' salary schedule. W. A. Rea appear- ed before the Board on behalf of city teachers. Recent legislation in Edmonton set out that any School Board en- gaging more than ten teachers in a school must designate one of the teachers as a vice-principaL Pro- vision had already been made on the salary schedule for vice-prin- cipals in public schools herer but nothing had previously been done Tilth respect to the high school. Board members were advised of a new type of insurance policy for properties when S. D. re- Pro-phy-lac-tic JEWELITE HAIR BRUSHES McCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. Phone 2205 4H 13th St. N. Phone Money for Loans Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals POTATO GROWERS We are buying NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage Lethbridte Phone 2384 presentaUve of the Board's in- surance brokers, appeared before them. Basically the insurance rates would be the "same, but the insur- ance would cover the building on its replacement value, and not onlj' in its original cost, as at present. Premiums would be much higher for the new type of insurance, but the degree of protection would be inuneasureablv greater. Seek Property In connection with, the J. Hill pro- pertv, which is situated in the cen- tre of a block of land sought, by the Board, the matter "of negotiating and appraising the land was re- ferred to the Wcrks and Property Committee. They will seek 10 ar- rive at a mutual agreement between the Board and Mr. Hill in the snat- ter of the transfer of the property. Op to the present time they have not been able to acquire title to the property, which is necessary to com- plete the block needed for school property. Because of the absence of the chairman of the Works and Pro- perty Committee. George P. WUson, on account of illness, the applica- tion of J. Dewar asking for his re- instatement as janitor in one of the city schools was tabled for the nexi meeting. Sympathetic support of the Beth- bridge Board in connection with the obj2ctives set forth in a state- ment submitted by the Lethbridge Consultative Committee on Cana- dians of Japanese origin was express- ed in .a resolution passed following consideration of the communica- tion. The letter set out the purpose of the organization as: 1. Bringing before the public the facts concerning Canadians of Jap- anese origin. 2. Helping to nublicize the moral issues involved in the proposed treatment of this minority group. 3. Protecting the undemocratic treatment of these citizens to mem- bers of parliament, members of the THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN; At the Theatres Complete shows: -They Were "The Daltons Ride Again, last complete show at "Winged "Hying With City Glances FOKMEK RESIDENT DEAD LethbrMge friends hare just learned the desth ia UawU- Iwo, some weeks ago of W. F. Lindsay, a tine Leth- bridxe real estate man. He a partner in the firm of Asqiutb. and Lindsay. Since tearing Lcthbridge he has been living in. Hamilton. His wife and sod stttvire. TWO MAIL DELIVERIES IN LETHBR1DGE AFTER APRIL 15 CASE POSES PROBLEM FIRST PLANE (ff FLYING CUJB NOW BASED AT KENYON FIELD CALL SCOTLAND Mr. and Mrs. B. IngvUsfcy, Thirteenth St. N.. icceired a. thrill Fridav when they spoke distance telephone vith their son. Lanre CpL Ror from Edin-- barfh, Scotland. They had been "camping at the three days awajting the seas calL Reception was gtmd and the j-arenis serriee- men were made happr when he told them he expected to be home at ihe end of April. Canadian senate and members of the legislative assemblies. 4. Associating with the Co-opera- tive Committee on Japanese Cana- dians (sometimes called the Saad- CcsssiiKc) ia the above. The communication asked for an expression of opinion from the Board. Routine reports and accounts re- ceived the close attention, of the Board. Skating Rink Proprietor Fined Branding the operation of the Bam Roller Skating Rink on Sun- davs as "a clever evasion" of the Lord's Day Act, Magistrate Ben Metcalfe convicted Charles Pawns in city police court Thursday on a charge of violating the act and im- posed a fine of and costs against the operator of the roller skating centre'. pleaded not guilty to the charge which alleged that he un- lawfully provided a performance on Sunday at which a fee was charged for admission. Police testified that oueration of the rink continued on Sundays de- spite police warnings that such was illegal if admission fees were charged. They also testified that patrons paid 35 cents for roller skating on Sundays. The contention of the defence was that signs were displayed "at the rink on' Sundays to patrons they could contribute what they thought the entertainment was worth, and that the money was taken as a service charge on roller skates rented. When an Indian girl marries a The first of the Ijtthbriefce Ry- I To date apprtatfccsteJy yuKtm j Chinese, does she become a vrhite j ing Club's three Tiger Moth, planes f taken out nseasbershijB in the Lethbridge residential section i Extead Service S j is no-sr in the city, and is is ex- club, and a. promisJas JBSttber Of have two mail deliveries per day Mail delivery service vill be ex-i This perplexing problem iras faced j pected thai iastructkm will i jEKaberships are being taken oat commencing Monday, April 15. tended to comes south, of ICUi ave- j ia city court on Friday get the next few caysu day. Temporary offices Canadian Air Force control ioiter at the airport. Negotiations j been completed -arnica Tri2 The second of the club's planes w acquire three VIAV-A nv. Medicine Hat. s date it -sriil be possible 10 arrange w. Stadnlcfci. -who has been 1 inter-city flying meeis. working !ii a relieving capacity onf Prospective members who are the Taber subdivision replaces Mr.! seeking information with respect, to storeys eSectire immediately. The Cooper building is to be con- A native of Chesterland, iras a graduate of the with Mrs. Williams of the Raymond the r. Although i eases. Yet, ef- fort, there are about eight per cent unprotected. "A virulent form of smallpox In not long, he always remembered with pleasure his life here and fre- quently visited Raymond and Leth- bridge until advancing years pre- j for the building to be erected H. 3. Ei for their and Dr. H. C. offices. Hopes of the physicians are to have construction of their build- ing start this summer. epidemic proportions is now spread- j vented long journeys, ing on the western coast which by j After bein? employed by sugar air is onlr two hours a.way from us! interests in the state of Utah for and 24 hours by rail. You can j a time, he returned to Ohio and readily realize our danger here. Ac-1 had operated his ranch for many cording to renorts from the coast j Tears, specializing in registered cat- the death rate is unusuaBy high, j tie and horses. His wife. Mrs. Ida, Twenty-five per cent of the cases jFarr Williams, survives at Madhon. so far have died, while those that Burial was in. Cleveland cemetery. 4-500x19 Used Tires and Tubes Trimbles for Tires 316 Eleventh St. S. Phone 2007 Chrome Plated EXHAUST TAIL PIPE EXTENSIONS Win Red -Reflector MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers Trisco Visitor Claude Bacon, an original Of the 39th "Battery, C.P.A., j spending a days In the i visiting his father, who is Ul in a j local hospital. Mr. Bacon HOT makes his'hCBie in San Prandsco. NEON- SIGNS ARE AGAIN AVAILABLE Estimates Free WKCNZIt- GOLF BALLS Morris Barrett HARDWARE Before Renewing ANY POLICY FHOXE FOR RAXES AND COVERAGE Be Wise-Insure With Supina Mercantile Bargain Specialists PHONESrCROCERIES. 2766 AND 2966: BUTCHER, 3456: LADIES' WEAR. 2866: MEN'S WEAR. Men's Two-Piece Sport Suits A wonderful value in these smart two-piece sport suits. No priority required. Tailored from snappy wool tweeds in shades of blue, green and brown, in smart three-fratton drape models, with simulated leather buttons. Sizes 36 to 44. Per VALENTINE RAILROAD BOOTS Heavy quality boots de- signed for the railroader. Made by Valentine with uppers of stout black elk with toe cap and inside counter. Finished with double soles and half rub- ber heels. Sizes 6 to 11. Per MEN'S TOPCOATS Fashionable" topcoats tailor- ed from smart herringbone weave tweeds in rich choco- late brown shade. Styled in fly-fronted bal box models. Sizes 36 to 42. WAIL MIRRORS Handsome wall inirrors made, from heavy plate glass and finished with fancy chipped edges. Approximate size KTX20" BOYS' Sport Jackets .Smart jackets of wool and rayon alpine material styled in attractive effects. Sizes 7 to 12 years. LADIES' WEAR, LADIES' DRESSMAKER SUITS May we Invite you to see our new dressmaker suits. We are sure you will be charmed with the exclusive styling and quality materials. Wide range of shades include green, black and brown. Sizes 14 to 18. Per "SPECTATOR" PUMPS A new line of fashionable "Spec- tator" pomps by Unchain. Indian fringe trim at front and back. Col- or, brown. Sizes to 8J-I- Pair MEN'S COTTONADE Pants Strong pants tailored from stout cottonade in service- able grey shade. Finished with five pockets and plain bottoms. Waist sizes 30 to 40. Per HANDBAGS Kew line of srnart purses made from quality leathers in blact and Some plastic trim. .95 CHILDREN'S RUBBER RAINCOATS Rubber raincoats made In bos style two slash pockets and button fronts. Colors: beige, blue or red. Sizes 3 to 10. CHILDREN'S DRESSES Gay dresses, styled to cute tie-back models from colorful printed cot- tons thai will stand repeated laun- dering. Sizes 1 to 6. Small Boys' OVERALLS Denim overalls for the little chaps, in a heavy quality That; trtll give scood service. Xa'vy only. Sizes 2 to 8. BLOUSES For the Large Women Spun rayon blouses in polka dot patterns. Button front, shors sleeve models, with frilled trim. Colors: rose, brown, turquoise and green. Sizes 33 to 44. GROCERY NEWS PHONES: 2766 2966 COCOA, Fry's, Is MALTED MILK Chocolate, Horvall's PEAS, Stokely's Fancy, 20-oz. 2 for ..............._____ EGG NOODLES, Catelli fancy window pkg, S-oz. 3 for MAPLE BUTTER, Russell's, 14-oz. tin (No coupons required) SARDINES, Four Bell 2 for SARDINES, Barclay's. 3 for 31c 69c 36c IN JUST 2 SECONDS ASPIRIN Goes to work to relieve WH! IBB 72tabbfx. ......29c CARROT CHIPS, 2 tins for 25c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LETTUCE, large solid heads. 2 for CELERY, Utah type. Per Ib....................... 30c 15c SWEET POTATOES. 2 Ibs, for.................. CAULIFLOWER, white heads. Each ONIONS, cooking, Australian. 3 25c 32c 25c SCONA TOMATOES FRESH GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES CUCUMBERS ORANGES PINKS Grapefruit 29c FINEST QUALITY MEATS COMMERCIAL BEEF Prime boned and rolled. Lb. Rump Pound Sirloin or T-Bone Roasts. Pound Sirloin or T-Bone Steaks. Pound Round Steak. Pound Hip C Pound Blade or Round Bone Roasts. Pound 33c 33c 38c 40c 35c 35c 24c Lean Rib Boil. Pound lOc Bologna, sliced. Pound Beef Pound Commercial Sausages, small casing. Lb. Pork and Beef Sausages, ....large casing. 2 Baby Beef Liver, 20c 22c 20c 25c 25c LAMB Legs, whole or half. Pound Shoulders, or half. Pound Shoulder Steaks. Pound Loin Chops. Pound............ WSPAPEM ;