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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! Now and reduced iludant fares now available maximum age 25 For further information canfacf ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CfNTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 338-3201 The LetMnidgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridfic, Alberta, Tluirsilay, April 13, 1972 J'AGISS 17 TO Fluor cut CoaUlale cavities Aflcr eight years of Huorlda- tion, the reduction of tootli de- cay Coalrlfilc's chiltlrcti has been [ouncl to be up lo 50 pel- cent. This was slated by Dr. E. D. Erickson, school dental officer of the Darons-Eurckn Health "Unit, in his annual report (or 1971. Dr. Erickson said incidence of tooth decay Ii.is been re- clurad 51 per cent among Grade 1 students, 49 per cent among Grade 2, 19 per cent Grade 3, 30 per cent Grade 4, per cent Grade 5 and 20 per cent Grade C. Noting Dial the people of Coaldalc began drinking flu- oridated water for even part of a lifetime is of significant hen- cfil." Dr. Erickson pointed out that Yauxliall residents, in a pleb- iscite held last October, ap- proved the fhmridalion of their water supply "by a very com- fortable margin." "As it is now approaching six years since Picture Butto be- gan fluoridating, we expect lo do a survey there during 1972 to find out how effective their program has lie said. Dr. Erickson said in Coal- dale, "no complaints from the public regarding lasle and ap- pearance of the water" have been received. "This indicales wide public acceptance, w h i c h is impor- Jie said. All cyclists charged in assault Five motorcyclists involved In an incident at the El Rancho Motor Hotel March 18 appcar- nd in magistrate's court today facing charges of causing a disturbance in a licensed premise. Donald William Andrews, 20, Richard Harrows, 2G, Charles Olson, 2fi, Lewis llloom, all of Lethbridgc, and Michael Lre Swallow of Topcka, Kan., Tuesday appeared in court lac- ing charges of assault causing bodily harm, and were re- manded to April 19 for trial. The four Lethbridgc men are free under terms of the Bail Reform Act, and Swallow is free on bail. GAMBLING A total of four cases of gam ing and belt ing were in- vestigated by city police in 1971. Two cases were based on unrounded inform alion, lliere 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. 1162 2nd Ave. E Phone 328-3388 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 tfi, AVE. 5. LITHBRIDGE, A1BERIA Alk about Phologruy The thai changes wilh i LCC salaries up per cent Ily KON C'AI.IMVKM, cralil Stuff Vmlrr Sixty-five instructors and di- rectors ai the Ldhbridgu Com- munity College will receive .sa- lary increases of approximately per ccnL atul per cent in a new two-year con trad. Tlie agreement, roarhvxl this brings lo an und (lie longest period of conlrnct nego- tiations in the- college's history, It is also the first hvo year agreement for lene-hinj; sUiff at LCC. The increase will bring tlic> salary range during the first year to to stunt1 kind of protection (or all faculty members. "Some people were hired there is no provision for them i lawyers again liavc to nuke sure everyone interprets some of llic.se tilings in the same way year below tlic salary scale and or we'll he right hack lo the GENTLEMEN, HERE ARE YOUR INSTRUCTIONS- Cari Johnson, choirman of Ihe Lethbridge public school board, discusses admimslrallve mailers wllh four newly-appoinl- cd school principals. leFT to right. Lorry Yamck, acling principal of George McKillop Elementary School; Mr. Johnson; Ellon Jaime, principal oV Wcs.m.ns.cr u School; Edwin Fellner, principal of Allan Elemen- tary School; and Jack Fulwiler, principal of Generul art Elementary School. Alberta travel association mast recognize By RUDY IJAUGUNEDER Herald Stall Writer The future of the Travel In- riuslry Association of Alberta is Uucruencd umless' it recognises its original purpose, the Travel and Convention association of Southern Alberta warned Tues- day. The travel Industry Associa- tion is the provincial body through which 12 tourist 7.ones relay their ideas to the government and obtain their operating grants, The organization is becoming a "dictatorship" rather (nan serving as a cooperative group to present tourist zone ideas to the provincial government, the TCASA says. Peter Hale, a TCASA director and TIAA representative said the organization is not fulfilling Ilial role but is currently tell- ing Ihc zones "what to do or not to do." The TCASA (Zone one) is rot Ihe only zone about the organization. complaints Zone two (Medicine Hat) has. also voiced strong objection to the methods currently used, said John Neal, the TCASA president. TCASA directors charged that there has been a break- down of communications with the provincial group. Any ideas that tourist zones have which they want relayed to the provincial government have been censored by TIAA, they said. Most communications re- ceived from the organization do not contain sufficient infor- mation or are late in arriving. Mr. Ncnl suspects other zones arc also displeased but liavc not 3'ct openly voiced their objections. The Travel Industry Associa- tion's four largest members; Banff, Jasper, Calgary and Ed- monlon may already be ignor- ing the organization because they arc large enough lo not rely on provincial operating grants for financial survival, he added, purpose Director Sieve Kolcli snit) the I dsnce at Ihc meeting urged the curenL TIAA executive should he fired and replaced with peo- ple who recognize Ihe organisa- tion's role. Any defections from Ibc pro- vincial group could be disas- trous for those members who arc dependent on provincial op- erating obtained by (he group, if was no'.ed. Hugh Craig, a past TIAA president who was in atten- to move up. In fncl. there ore definite provisions for them lo stay where they are." Mr, .Johnson said 10 of 13 peo- ple hired last year were below the salary scale. The nursing faculty "gol it in Ihe ear" iti Ihc new contract, said Mr. Johnson. He said the maximum yearly salary for nurses is about 000 (o IMS than (he max- imum in other areas and the nursing faculty works on a 12- Harvey Johnson, president of monlirbasis, while oilier facul- ;hc staff association, said he ''tiot overjoyed" with the contract but. lie added, money part ot it is "There was supposed to be ties work on a 10-monlh scale. Mr. Johnson said he hopes lo i ahlc (o inccl willi the col- fje board lo discuss sonic of L- wording in the contract. Trustees refuse chamber request Dr. C. D .S'.cwnrt, president oi LCC, said the highlight of the contract is ''the reasonable salary offer." "I think it is a fair award It's rcttv close lo what. I he hoard offered last Christmas Dr. Stewart said tic hasn't been advised that the staff sadtitum u'anled a meelinj; lo interpret some clauses o! the agreement but he indicated Hie hoard would he to hold such a Thc new contract was fornni- liiKecl bv ;i three-man arlii- Ir.ition hoard which entered the dispulc early last monlh. (Is recommendations were binding on hoth sides. Ncoliiilins on the now con- tract begati last fall. The new agreement is retro- clivc to July 1, 1971. By RON CAI.mVJXI- HP raid Writer The Lclhbridge public school bonrd turned down on a request by the city's chain- is w r o n g with the stand HID provincial chamber has taken, l hey want us to toll them." It was also noted that (he chamber's submission to the Worth Commission, and the ber of commerce for a special hoard's contribution, has nl- meeting to discuss some of Ihe j been made and so, there points expressed in Urn provin- is little to be achieved nf this cial chamber's submission to poinl. the Worth Commission on Kdu- There was cation Planrung. [or member zones to give the re- cently elected executive chance" lo prove itself. Some of the TIAA's directors arc "short-sighted because they car.nol think past their own (yoncl boundaries" when they should be "thinking provincial- he said. The reason being that Llie di- rcftors serve on the organiza- tion'.1; hoard voluntarily and for only a short term, he said. White Heather April 26 Another While Heather con- cert ivill bo hfild April 2f> at R p.m. in the 1' ar a mount Theatre. Featured artists will be (he A'cxanrier Brothers, making their fifth appearance on the Canadian tour. They have made several guest appear- ances on the "Pig ami Whistle" television show. Supporting the Alexander Brothers will he iN'cil Owen, Scottish comedian; Anne Fields, vocalist on her second tour of Canada; Bill Marshall, vocalist nntl accordionist; and Ken JIaynes, accompa- nist returning for Tils second nppcnrance in Canada on the Heather tour. Tickets arc availahle at T.ei- sler's Music The hoard instead vnlcid to invite the chamhcr members to attend an open hoard meal- ing to air (heir views on edu- cation and to exchange ideas with school officials. The door was also left open for informal talks with individual hoard members. "I don't feel a special meet- ing is necessary. It lliey want to come to a regular meeting said Doug fllnrPJicr- son. He added that the tone of I ho chamber's letter "seemed lo he more in the nature of a de- mand than a request." Bill Jirown ateo appeared lo be slightly irked by the? re- quest. "They say ilic toiler that they would like to discuss ways the chamber can be oi" assis- tance to lie saitl. "1 have several suggestions. T don't know it they would ap- prove of ihern, however." Trustee RCR Turner defend- ed (he chamber's request. "I don't think they mean to call us up to account lo them. 11 think they mean if anything suggestion that such a meeting hcforc the chamber's po- sition paper was prepared. "I doubt there was much in- put into (his paper from Ihc local said superinten- dent Ur. 0. P. Larson, suspect most of it came from the provincial executive, and I think the. provincia chamber probably came with this idea lo meet with u: for our reaction." He saic) chambers in nlhn; parts of the province are proh ably doing tlic same thing will their school boards. Sheep, hog} poultry, egg and vegetable grants Zinimer remanded in murder attempt Zimmcr, 37, of Leth bridge, who is charged with tin attempted murder of his wife from whom he is legally sep nrntctl, appeared in inatfis Iralcs court today. Court ordered a preliminary hearing for May 9 for Zunmci as a result of the pen knite at lack which (ook place at the Miner's Library Club. Postal code information still on way Because of dolnys in Edmon- on, (he I.clhhrklge post office las not yet received all IcIterK of instructions informing Lclb- jridgc residents about their icw postal codes, postmaster rt Lewis said today. The post olfice was supposed !o send N.fifil letters of instruc- tions after receiving them from ICdmonlon lo city resi- March 23. "IIowfivev, only one-Vhird of them came from Edmonton and only one-third of the city's resi- dents know their postal Mr. Lewis said. Once the- remaining Idlers of Instructions have been received, they will he sen! (o residents, the postmaster said. By GREG McINTYRi; Herald Staff EDMONTON Agriculture Minister Hugh Horncr Tuesday BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Icvol MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 3Z7.2822 I THE SEASON for Exquisite new Exclusive Styles for Spring by "Empress announced in grants toj woo! industry in Alberta: aid expansion and markeling in Alberta's sheep, hog, poult- try, rgg and vegetable indus- tries. Social Credit a. g r i culture lo the JJOR produc- ers' marketing board to prove the export market, pork products; ncr) expressed earlier, in the cgislalurc tbat Ihc government im- sponsor an advertising cam- for i paigii (o promote, A 1 u e rln- grown products. to the fresh vegc- i Of the groups to receive critic Loighlon Buckwcll said table commission to improve grants, Mr. Duckwell said Ihc the Conservative government's beefed up marketing program is a gamble lhat has (he 100 per cent support of Ihe Opposi- tion. However, Mr, Buck well, MLA for Maclcod. said it will ho al least a year before Uie success of Ihe new maikcting policies can lie assessed. The grants int'lmic; to Ihc sheep and wool commission lo encourage expansion of the sheep and lovely sling sowing a1 Camm's in pink, black and bone kid under glan. JOYCE SHOES "A Way of Life" "JAMAICA" Aval la Me now Camm'i in nnvy, red, block and while crinkle potent loot "PERFEC1O" New for spring '72 in bone or black old goaf. See our selection of FASHION HANDBAGS to corrplnmcnl our lovely new spring ilioes. Open Monrfoyi at Open Thurs. and Fri. til 9 p.m. 403 Street S. I SHOES I "April Special" A CERAMIC URN with while ipray mums, red iweclheait rases Ond healher MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP MARQUIS HOTEL Phone 327-1515 vogclable industry was iti the worst shape. AlberU vegetable growers face lough oompctilion from growers in British Columbia :uul parts ot tin? United Slates such a.s C.ilifornia, lie said. "Vegetables in Alherta hnvc never been a full fledged in- dustry I ho whcnl has. marketing facilities for fresh vegetables and for direct pro- molion of Albert a corn-on-lhc- cob; lo Ihe potato com- mission lo promote Albert a- growu potatoes; lo Ihc egtf and fowl marketing bcurd lo develop markets for crags' and egg pro- ducts; Sfi.GCO lo Ihe vegetable growers1 marketing board lo assess market possibilities for processed vegetables; and, for the corn committee (o .seek markets for quality corn products. Or, Homer, in a prepared .statement .said ''there are peo- ple in Ihe work] who will buy Albert a products. Jl Ihc job ot UIR government lo find them." The minister said Ihe grants are part of a com- mitment to save Ihc family (arm and increase Ihc keep up an adequate supply income level of Ihc Alberta and once- Ihc customer has lo farmer. ''We arc production has main- ly been a sideline to the irrifia- lion Mr. Uiickwell said Alberta sliouUt fje able to produce all Uic rout, vcgclanlcs such as carrots, radishes, lettuce, cel- ery (hot Allicrtnns consume. In.slrad, Ilie provinci? import a largo proportion of these Thc key to improving Ilic vcgclable will lo increase1 .stor.ific; space en- sure wholesale and retail ont- maud for lamh now being sup- plied by foreign producers in places like New Zealand. The need in (he industry is lo create more markets in places like the Pacific H i m countries. "Lei's face il. T-or years we] have concentrated on improv- ing production rmd just left tho lo lake care of them- he said. Farmers in this province arc producing at about 70 per cent, of their capacity, he said. Until new markets are found, tlicy cannot increase production. FURNACES C A SHEET METAL LTD. 1709 2nd Ave. S. 328-S973 Let's Go! Fishing! 2-PIECE ROD AND CLOSED FACE REEL Complete with fl-lb. leil line If purchased leparolely would coil 7.74 5-95 Coll Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC SthwD.fi BWg. 222 Slli 51. S. Phono lets of a t'onlinuniis .supply. Jini'tr never liccir looking tor access into markets, not only in Al- berla and in Canada, hut around the world, in co opera- tion with the federal depart- ment of trade and commerce KO somcu here cl.su for his ply, lie is not likely lo come hack aud buy your Mr. Bilrkvvoll said. Improving egg marketing will largely he a matter of tlis- posing of surplus proclnclion. and Ihe Alberta department of lie said. I industry and ho Geared up for mass produc-: said. Lion, producers frequently The grant announcement sal-1 over or under produce, ho said. isficrt hints (ho minister gave l.isl of n pro- gram of aid for poUilo growers. H also included an idea by Doug Miller (SC Tlte hotf and sheep industries are in [airly Rood shape, said Ihc farm critic. The sheep industry in Alberla must expand to meet the dc- Dislrihulors SERVICE CENTRE 419 Slh Sired Soulli Phone 328-6922 NOW OPEN Government licensed Technician t Repairs lo Trlr.vij.icni ond Tape RecorcJorj, SONY UOYDS DUAL NORESCO SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, APRIL 13th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE o-Pc. l.iRllI (iivcii Dinette Stiile (like .Vice Dark Brown Ixjunpc; Clicst of Drnweis; s C'h'.'fl Type Viking Dishuashci-; C.ood Motfal ,tfV Coppcrlane Gns lianRe: Single Ttox Spring aud Mnl Ircss; Dresser; Fi-Ulgc; Oood little Pool Table: Ad- miral TV.: Kadio-Heeon! Player: Washer: Cnlrmnn "P.WO H'JM.'. l-'urnaco; '2 n.-ithlnbs: Single Mallresecs; .Malfhing Dresser and n[ Ctirome Talde: Stereo i.'ai illumes; (Jood ,rj4'' Mnllrc.ss; Single Hcd; (Inofl Fairbanks Morse Platform Scale: Continental Single Dcd: Old Wall f'hono: Pntio Tahtr: Power ATowcrs; ih. J'riip.-itjc anil Torch: Keloadinp Press: 2 ncontllul Diniiu! f'haii's: Set liolf Clubs: Golf Carl: Playpen: Ollice Chair; Koom Divider; High (.'Jiair; Repeater with .noi Hide. Slcp Tables: Apt. .Size Chrome Dron Table: Good [Icc'linor Chair: C'lirojue Chairs: I-'loor Lamp; Table Lamps; Tlaby Crib and Mattress: Dii'lnplioiio; Bench Adding Machine: Tent Heaters; Vacuum Cleaners; 1 Flog Watcrcrs; Selection of Hikes. Many more items loo numcrniis to mention. GOOD SEAKS I 11.1'. HOTOTIl.I.l'.ll I'o.VTiAC i-nontt SEDAN i-tiroNfir TAHI.K 2 IlK.lL'Trn I, HIK.NTH I'nOM.Vn.lL KM) T.1HMCS fOR fURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 32B-4705 1910 2nd AVf. S. [CTHBRIOQI AUCTIONcERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Uc. 41 Lie. 4SS ;