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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! New and reduced studont Fares now available maximum age 25 For further information contact ART WULIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MAU PHONE 358-3201 The LetHmdge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridge, Alhcrla, TiuirsiUiy, April 13, 1972 IMAGES 17 TO Fluorides cut Coaldale cavities After eight years of fluorlda- fioji, the reduction of tooth de- cay among Coaldalc's children has been found to be up to 50 per Tins was slated by Dr. E. D. Ericksoti, school denial officer of the nnroHs-Eureka Ilcallli Unit, in his annual report lor 1071. Erickson said incidence of toolh decay lias been re- duced 51 per cent amonji tirade 1 students, 49 per cenf. among Grade 2, 10 per cenl Grade 3, 30 per cent Grade 4, 2fi per cent Grade 5 and 20 per cent Grade C. Noting lhat the people of Coaldalc began drinking flu- oridaled water even part of a lifetime is of significant hen- Dr. Krickson pointed out tlmt Vauxhall residents, in a pleb- iscite lield last October, ap- proved the fluoridalion of Ihcir water supply "by a very com- fortable margin." "As il is now approaching six years since Picture Butte be- gan fluoridating, we expect to do a survey there during 1972 to find out how effective their program lias lie said. Dr. Erickson said in Coal- dole, "no complaints from the public regarding [aslc and ap- pearance of the water" have been received. "This indicates wirfo. public acceptance, which is impor- )IP said. All cyclists charged in assault Five molorcyciisls involved In an incident at the El Hancho Motor Hotel March appcar- nd in magistrate's court today facing charges of causing a disturbance in a licensed premise. Donald William Andrews, 20, Richard Hurrows, 2G, Charles Olson, 20, Lewis Bloom, all of Letlibridgc, and Michael Lne Swallow of Topcka, Kan., Tuesday appeared in court fac- ing charges of assault causing bodily harm, and were re- manded (o April 19 for (rial. The four Lethbridge men are free under the lerms of the Bail Reform Act, and Swallow is tree on bail. G AMD LING A total of four cases of gaming and belling were in- vestigated by city police in ]D71. Two cases were based on unfounded information, there was one prosecution and one accused person was cleared as a result of the police investi- gation. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG, 740 AVE. 5. LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA Alk obo-JT Phologruy The Icni thai chongci wilh i light. salaries up per cent Ily C'AI.IMVKM. llrralil Staff Writer Sixty-five instructors and di- rect 01-5 ai Ihe Uilhbiitlge Com- munity College will receive sa- nry increases of approximately per ccnL atul eight per cent a new Lwo-yeai1 contract. Tlie agrecmch'., this voek, brings lo an end the ongcsl period of contract ncgo- is in (he1 college'.1; Inslory. I is also the first two your GENTLEMEN, HERE ARE YOUR INSTRUCTIONS- Carl Johnson, chairman of ihe Lethbridge public school board, discusses administrative matters with four newly-appoint- ed school principals, left to right. Lorry Yamck, acting principal of George McKillop Elementary School; Mr. Johnson; Ellon Tanne, principal oV VYcs.m.ns.or u School; Cdwln Fellner, principal of Allan Watson Elemen- tary School; and Jack Fulwilcr, principal of General Stew- art Elementary School. Alberta travel association must orii recognize By RUDY HAUGUNRDER, Herald Staff Writer The future of the Travel In- dustry Association of Alberta is unless' it recognises its original purpose, tbc Travel and Convention association of Southern Alberta warned Tues- day. The travel Industry Associa- tion is the provincial body through which 12 tourist 7ones relay their ideas (o the government and obtain their operating grants, The organization is becoming a "dictatorship" rather than serving as a cooperative group to present tourist zone ideas lo the provincial government, Ihc TCASA says. Peter Hale, a TCASA director and TIAA representative sairt (he organization is not fulfilling dial role but is currently tell- ing the zones to do or not to do." The TCASA (Zone one) is rot [he only zone wiiii complaints about Ihe organization. Zone two (Medicine Hat) hasi also voiced strong objection (o I Uie methods currently used, said John Ncal, Ihe TCASA president. TCASA directors charge d lhat Ihnrc has been a break- down of communications with Ihe provincial group. Any ideas that tourist zones have which they want relayed to the provincial government have been censored by TIAA, (hey said. Most communications re- ceived from the organization do net contain sufficient infor- mation or aru late in arriving. Mr. Ncal suspects other zones are also displeased b u I have not yet openly voiced their objections. The Travel Industry Associa- tion's four largest members: Banff, Jasper, Calgary and Ed- monton may already be ignor- ing Ihc organization because they arc large enough (o not rely on provincial operating grants for financial survival, fie ndded. purpose Director Sieve Kolcli said the i nl the meeting urged the curent TIAA executive .should be fired and replaced witb peo- ple who recognize the organiza- tion's role. Any defections from Ibc pro- vincial group could be disas- trous for those members who are dependent on provincial op- erating grants obtained by group, it was noted. Hnch Craig, a past president who was in the memher zones lo give the re- cently elected executive chance" to prove itself. Some of tbc TIAA's directors are "short-sighted because they car.not think pafit their ow (7onel boundaries" when Ihe should be "thinking provincia he said. reason being lhat the d: rectors serve on the organiza TIAA j (ion board voluntarily and fo alien- [only a short term, he said. White Heather April 26 Another While Heather con- cert will be held April 21 at R p.m. in the Paramount Theatre. Featured artists will be (he ATpxandep Brothers, making Ihcir lifth appearance on the Canadian tour. They have made several guest appear- ances on the "Pig find Whistle" television show. Supporting t li e Alexander Brothers will be Neil Owen Scottish comedian; Ann Fields, vocalist on her secon tour of Canada; Bill Marshal! vocalist and accordionist; am Ken Haynes, piano accomjn nist returning for his sccom appearance in Canada on th While HeiUhcr tour. Tickets are available at Lei- ster's Music some kind of protection for all (acuity members. "Some people were hired last year below Ihc salary scale there is no provision for them Lo n.iovc up. In fact, there ore definite provisions for Ihejn lo stay they are." Mr, .Johnson said 10 of pco- hired last, year were be tow. the salary scale, The nursing (acuity "pol it in tltfi ear'" iti the tieu' contract said Mr. Johnson. .grccmenl for leaching staff at ne said the nuixirmim yearly salary for nurses' is about will bring HIP' The increase alary range during the ear to (o SI5.COD. 000 to less than Ihc max- imum in oilier areas and ttie nursing facnlly works on a 12- Harvey Johnson, president of month basis, while other facul- tic staff association, said he; tics work on a 10 month scale. ras "nol overjoyed" with the Mi. Johnson said he hopes lo onlracl but, he added. noney part of U is fair.1' "There supposed to he be able to mccl with tlie col- lege board lo discuss sonic of I he.- wording in the contract. Trustees refuse er request ''tt'c have to make sure everyone interprets some ot tilings in the same way or we'll bo I'iglit back to (he Iruvyors again." Dr. C. D Stewart, president of said the hiRhlirjhl of tlic: contract is ''the reasonable salary otter.'1 "I think it is a fair award It's rcUv close lo what the board offered Christmas Dr. Stewart said he hasn't been thai thu sUiff as- sociation wanted a meeting to interpret some clauses of (lie: agreement but he indicated Hie board would be vailing to bold such a meeting. The new contract vras formu- UiKcd bv a three-man arhi- I rat ion board whicli entered the cjjspulc carjy last monlh. Us recommendations were binding on hnlh sides. Nooli films on the new con- tracv began last tall. The new agreement is relro- aclivc to July 1, 1971. Dv RON CAI.mYKLI, Hr-rahl Klalf Writer Tlic Lclhbridge public school jonvd turned thumbs down on request by Hie cily's )er of commerce [or n special is w r o u g with the stand the provincial chamber has taken, lliey us to toll them." It was also noted lhat the chamber's submission lo the Commission, ami llic board's contribulion, has al- ineeting to discuss some of Ihe rcady been made and so, there points expressed in Ibe nrovin-, js jiitlc to be achieved nl Ibis cial chamber's submission Iu he Commission on Kdu- calion Planning. The board instead vntcd to invite the chamber members 'o alt cm) an open board m pet- ing to air their views on edu- cation and to exchange ideas with school officials. The tin or was also IcfL open lor informal talks with individual hoard members. "I dorfL feel a special meet- ing is necessary. It they want to come to a regubr meeting said Dr. Doug MncPhor- son. He added (hat the lone of tho chamber's lelter "seemed lo be more in the nature nf a de- mand than u Bill Brown also appeared lo be slightly irked by the re- quest. "They say in the letter that they would like to discuss" ways the chamber can be of assis- tance to ha said. "i have several suggestions. I don't know it they would ap- prove of them, however." Trustee Turner defend- ed the chamber's request. "I don't think (hey mean to call UP up to account lo I hem. I think they mean if anything point. There was a suggestion that .lie lijne for such ;i meeting before tlic chamber's po- sition paper was prepared. I doubt there was much in- put into this paper from the local said superinten- dent Dr. 0. P, Larson. "I suspect, most of it cnmc from the provincial executive and I think the provincia chamber probably came up with this idea to meet will] us for our reaction." He said chambers in nthe: parts of Che province are prol) ably doing Hie same thing will their school boards. Sheep.> poultry, egg and vegetable grants Zimnier remanded iu murder attempt Anlon Zlmmcr, 37, of Ixth bridge, who is charged with HIL aUenipicd murder of his wife, from whom he is legally sep nrntcd, appeared in inagis- Iralcs court lorlay. Court ordered a preliminar> hearing for May 0 for Zimnici as a result of llic pen knife at- tack which took place at the Miner's Library Chili. Postal code information still 011 way Because of delays in Edmon- 011, Hie I.elhbndge post office not, yet received all of instructions informing I.clh- jridgc residents aboul their postal codes, postmaster Lewis said today. The post olfico was supposed io send H.Gfil letters ol instruc- tions after rcccMviug (hem from Edmonton lo city resi- dent-: March 23. "However, only one-third o? them came from Edmonton and only onu-Lhird of the city's resi- dents know their Mr. Lewis said. Onee the remaining letters of inslniclions hnve been received, they will lie sent to resident, the postmaster said. By GREG McINTYDK Herald Slalf EDMONTON Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer Tuesday CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Icvol MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONI 327-2823 THE SEASON for Exquisite new Exclusive Styles for Spring by "Empre announced in granls woo! industry in Alberta: expansion and marketing in Alherta's sheep, hog, pouli- tries. and vegetable indus- Social Credit a g r i culture critic Leigh! on Buck well said the Conservative government's beefed up marketing program is a gamble lhat lias (he 100 per cent support of the Opposi- tion. However, Mr. B n c k well, MLA lor Maclcod. saiil it will he al least ;i year before the success of Ihn new mmkcting policies can he assessed. The grants include: to Ihc sheep and wool commission to encourage expansion of the sheep and ers' marketing lo llio IIOR produc- board to im- sponsor market, ncr) expressed earlier, in tlic legislature that the govornnicnl advertising cam- A 1 b e rta- Hie export market, (or j paign to proinoVe pork products; [grown products. to the fresh vogc- i Of the groups to receive table commission lo improve grants, Mr. Duckwell snid (lie marketing facilities for fresh vegetable industry >vas in the ng pink, bla ond bone kid under glan. JOYCE SHOES "A Way of Life" "JAMAICA" Available now al Camm'j nnvy, red, block and whi crinkle patent wcf look. "PERFECTO" New for ip ring '72 bo DC block old goaf- See our lovely leledion of FASHION HANDBAGS to eorrpkmcnl our lovely new spring Uioes. Open at uiual Open Thurs. ond Fri. til 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. ISHOES "April Special" A CERAMIC URN with while ipray mums, red sweclheatt and healher. MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP MARQUIS HOTEL Phone 327-1515 vegetables and for direct pro- inolion of Alberta corn-on-lhc- cob; lo Ihe potato com- mission lo proniuli' jMbei'la- growu potatoes; lo the egg and fowl marketing brunl lo develop markets for eggs and egy pro- ducts; lo the vegetable growers' marketing hoard to assess market possibilities for processed vegetables; and, for the corn committee (o .seek markets for (junlily corn products. Dr, Homer, in n prrpafcd .sttilcincnt .said "Ihere arc pco- pie in Ihe world who wilt buy Alberta products. It is the job of I ho fiovcninu'at. to find them." The minister said the grants are p.irt of n mimciit com- mitment to save the family (arm and increase the Ronera! income of the Albertn farmer. arc looking for access Into markets, no! only in Al- berla nnrl in Canada, but around the world, in co opera- lion willi tbc federal depart- ment of trade and commerce worst shape. Alberln vegetable growers face tough competition from growers in. liritisli Columbia mid parts ot the United Slates such a-s California, ho said. "Vegetables in Allicrta have i never been a full fledged in- dustry Ilia way whcnl has.' Vegetable production has main- ly been a sideline to the irriga- tion farmer." Air. Buckw-t'11 said Alberta should be able to produce all the root vcgctallies such as carrots, radishes, lettuce, cry thai Albcrtans consume. Inslcad, the province import n Jnrgr of Ihesc commodilic.s. Thc key to improving Ihc increase storage space en- sure wholesale and retail out- lets of a ctiDtinumis .supply, "We have never been able to keep up nn adequate supply ami once Ihc customer lias lo go somewhere clsm for his sup- ply, he is not likely (o come back and buy your Mr. Ruckwoll said. fmproving egg marketing will largely be n matter of dis- posing of surplus production. maud for lamb now being sup- plied by foreign pnKnirors in places like New Zealand. The need in the hoi; industry is lo create more markets in places liko the Pacific H i in countries. "Let's face it. T-or years we 1 have concentrated on improv- ing production rmd just loft the[ markets to lake care of Ihcm- he .said. Farmers in this provim-i1 arc producing at alioul 70 per cent of (heir capacily, ho ,snid. lrntil new markets are found, tlitiy cannot increase production FURNACES C A SHEET METAL LTD. 1709 2nd Aye. S. 328-5973 Let's Go! Fishing! 2-PIECE ROD AND CLOSED FACE REEL Complete with fl-lb. lino If purchased would coil 7.74 5-95 Call Sparling 327-5767 DOWNTOWN ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwarir Bldg. 772 Slli St. S. Phone 326-4095 Anglo DislrihiMors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5lh Slrocl Soulli Phone 328-6922 and Ihe Alberta department of lie said, industry and ho Geared up lor mass produo; Lion, otfil producers frequently said. The grant announcement sat- isfied hints the minister gave last week of a ponding pro- gram of aid for potato growers. H also included an idea by Doug Miller CSC over or under produce, ho said. The hog and sheep industries nre in fairly good shape, said Ihc critic. The sheep industry in Alberta must expand to meet tho de- SONY UOYDS DUAL NORESCO SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, APRIL 13th SAIE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE (ioixl .VPc. LiRllI Civcn Dino'.tn Snilc (like newt; Dark Brinvn [xjimfjc; Cticst of Drnwers; ,1 C'livsl Type Drt'j) Viking (lootl Motfat Cofipcrtonc Gns linnRc; Sinplc Ilnx Spring niul Mai Ircss; DJ-PSSCT: Fl-idgc; Oood lildc Pool T.ihlp; 21" TV.: Kndin-Ilcrnn! Playci: Mnylnp Washer; Ccilnnrni SP.OOO H.T.U. 2 Single Maldvsfcs: :Mnlfllifig Cliesl n[ C'tiroinc Taltlo: Stereo Ti4'' Mallress: Single Heel; Cood llnrsc rialform Scale; Cnnlinculal Single Deri: Old Wall Plume: Palio T.ibtr: Power NTo'svcrs; 2iMh. Propane liollle .nrid Torch: llelo.Klinp Press: 2 neouliful Diniiu! niaii's: Sri Rood tinlf Clubs; r.lrl; Playpen: Olliee Chair: Room Divider; Clironu- Iliph C'ltair; .L'J! Repeater willi Scoix-; .nCi Hifle. Tnbles; Vipt. Thronio Dron Goxxl Heclinor Chrome Chairs; I-'loor Lamp: T.ihlc Lnnips; Bnhy Crih nnfl .Mattress: Diri.iplione: Hcnch Vise; Adding Maeliinc: Tcnl Healers; Yaevimn Cleaners; 2 IIoR Watcrcrs; Selection ot Bikes. more ilpms (no ntimcrrtiis lo mention. CiOOD SKA IIS 1 Jl.P. 11OTOTI1.I.KII IMC I'ONTIAO i-nonrt SKDAX I-IIRNCIT PROVINCIAL COVI-'KH TABLE 2 ni'iAimrn. rnovixn.M, K.VD TAHI.KS fOR FURTHER INFORMATION CON7ACV: HURLBLJRT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 32B-4705 1910 2nd AVE. S. IE1HBR1DGI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 Vic. 453 ;