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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! New and reduced student fares now available maximum age 25 For furthrr information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. IETHBRIOGE, AlBERTA Ask about Photogray tens thot change! with light. Hohol avoids trap The Herald Legislature liureiui EDMONTON Labor Minis- ter Bert Hohol slipped out of a trap set for him Wednesday by John Anderson, MLA for Leth- bridge Easl. Holding a clipping from Tues- day's Lethbridge Herald, Mr. Anderson read iti the legisla- ture a statement from Cana- dian Food and Allied Workers Union agent N orm LeC la ire that the department of labor has not been in contact with his union since a lockout at Catelli Ltd., Lethbridge began. Mr. Anderson reminded the minister that he told the house a few days ago that the labor department had been in contact with both sides in the dispute, Dr. Hobol replied that (here is a difference between official contact "with prejudice'" and unofficial contact "without pre- judice." The minister said labor offi- cials will be in official contact with the union soon. He implied labor department people have already had infor- mal contact with the union. Dr. Hohol said Catelli locked out its employees after the union took a strike vole that was fia in favor and three against strike action. Tikes hike on Saturday The Lethbridge Optimist Club-sponsored Hike for Tikes will be held Saturday, post- poned because of weather from March 31. People of all ages will walk the 26 miles from Lethbridge to Picture BuLtc through Coal- dale (o raise money for charit- able organizations. Registration and sponsorship forms are available at tbe-Op- timist Club office. PIIENYtKETONUIUA Phenylketonuria is a fairly rare disease which, if untreat- ed, produces grave mental ab normalities. As a preventive service, the city health uni conducts regular tests on in fants. All 292 lests conductec during the last quarter of 1971 were negative. Long Lasting AZALIA PLANTS EXTRA SPECIAL ,49 EACH Cash and Carryl FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6lh Street South Phone 327-5747 liy KIC SW1MAKT cu about llic possibilities jliving tilings for the production Hi-raid Stall Writer have been among privnle [lower or the protection of WKNATCHKE, Washington divkliials or oryamzjiliuns. j real estate unless absolutely Tli c Canadian "Even i! v.-e did have wairr i necessary, because there are resource and is unwilling to ne- gotiate the sale of llial re- source until the future needs of ,t's citivA-ns are assessed. Olson, federal minister of agriculture, told :M> del- egates to the special water re- sources conference here ncsclay that with regard to ex- port of Canadian water to Ihe Uinn." U.S. his government can't ac- j Mr. cept the concept of "continen- tal water." We in Canada consider our water to be as Canadian as any other resource within our na- tional he said. told the conference that to offer for sale to other conn- I other ways of producing powi Lelhoritlgo, AlberUi, Thursday, April 13, water is er he said, "we have no evidence that there would be a .mycr. "In spite of all thf: private discussion the L'.S. gov- ernment has made tin to the government of Canada to liny water or even to inUiiUe a joint discussion on Ihe qnes- Olson explained Can- ada's rules about water diver- sion or control, including: controlling floods which are damaging to the local He said the Canadian gov- ernment recognizes the re- sponsibility li> future Cana- dians and' future citizens in the world. Canadians will act with caution cdijceniing the natural resources. lie cjuolod Prime Minister Trudeam will not barter a and wholesome environ- _ to refrain from diverting I ment fur industrial or commer- whole rivers from one river I cial growth and call it pro- basitl lo another; to retrain from regulating j Mr. Olson said, in pointing to water flows in such a way as Hie strong ties and yet the been no official dis1 cushion hcLv.ceil the Canadian and U.S. governments aboul any sale of water, that all dis- JA WEEK Two members of the Junior Achievement Association visilors to the city hall annex work area Ine process behind the finished product. Left to right are: Doug Matisz, Casey Vondenbrink, Bill Kergan, Evelyn Vandenbrink and Peter Van der Leo. The Open House held Wednesday night a part of Junior Achievement Week activities. Saturday a Trade Fair will be held in the Centre Village Mall where the five company products will be on display and for sale for the last time this year. The public is welcome at all activities. Interstate water compacts mav be solution for U.S. Catelli workers lockout ends A one week old work lock- out at the Lelhbridge Catelli Ud. plant ended Wednesday, with the signing of a two year work contract. The agreement gives the 58 employees, members of the Ca- Overture concert Tuesday The last concert of the sea- son in the Overture Concert Se- ries will be held Tuesday at p.m. in the Yates Mcmor- 1 Centre. The Tucson Arizona Boys' Chorus, directed by Jeffrey Haskcll and accompanied by Kim Karawsky, pianist, will perform a selection of sacred numbers, medieval carols, classical works, Hungarian folk songs, spirituals, western music and famous Broadway and pop- ular songs. The concert is open to season ticket holders. 'ART STUDIO ON FIE7W flRTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS' SUPPLIES nm CAUERV 710 5 AVE S LETUBRIDGE-AITA Open Weekdays 9 lo Celebrate Your Special Occasions at Ericksen's! nadian Food and Allied Work- ers Union, local 1115, a 70 cent an hour increase over two years. The settlement was reached fter Catelli and Union repre- entatives met Wednesday orning, following a month- ong breakdown of negotia- lons. The lockout was precipitated y a March 29 union strike vote nd the earlier rejection of a 0 per cent hour wage increase ecommentlcd by a conciliation oard. Production line workers were at work at a.m. today and he plant is expected lo be in ull operation by Monday. In the settlement reached the union gave up claim to a cost of living clause vhich they had been bargain- ng for and Catelli offered the across the board wage in- crease. The new two year con ract runs out Jan. 1, 1973. The employees had been seed plant under way Western Canadian Seed Pro- cessors Ltd. will begin con struction next week on a new seed cleaning plant. The city inspection and de- velopment department issued a niilding permit Wednesday for to cover the first stage of the new plant. The new facilities will double .he plant production, Hugh Mi chael, company president said "The present facilities are being worked to Mr Michael said, crushing bushels of rapeseed each day. By late summer, when the new plant is completed, mon than bushels will be crushed and cleaned per day. Mr. Michael said about foui men will be hired when tin new plant is completed. The plant is located at 2illh St. N. This FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING "FRANKLY BROTHERS'7 8 to 12 p.m. No Cover Chargo or WTSTFRPJ PHONE 328-7756 FOX RESERVATIONS! vorking without a contract ince Jan. 1 of this year and he agreement is retroactive to bat date. The previous base pay rate t Catelli had been for vomcn and 52.52 for males. Under the new agreement ratified by the union members EXTRA WEAR FOR {VERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7th STREET SOUTH Cyclists remanded to Wednesday Five motorcyclists charged with causing a disturbance in i licensed premises March IB dt the El Fiancho Motor Hotel cabaret, have been remanded .0 April 19 for completion of :hoir tivat. Provincial Judge L. W. Hud- son remanded Donald William Andrews, 20, Richard Burrows, Lewis Blooinc, 25, and Charles Olson, 20, all of Lcth- hridge and Michael Lee Swal- low of Topeka, Kansas when lie was unable to hear all of the evidence in magistrate's court Wednesday. During Ihe same court ap- pearance the five men, also joinlly charged will] assault causing bodily injiu-y, pleaded not guilty to the charge and were again remanded until next Wednesday when the cur- rent trial will be concluded. It is expected another dale will be set for (he assault (rial when they appear in court the'base rate will increase 35 cents now followed by a similar increase next January. Chamber, trustees to meet The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce and the city's two school boards will meet April 25 to discuss educational issues outlined in the provincial cham- ber's submission to the Worth Commission on Education a 1 Planning. Separate school trustees de- cided Wednesday night to at- tend the meeting to hear the concerns of the chamber 01 matters relating to education. "They want our opinions anc I'm prepared to give them. It just a 'chew the fat1 meet- said John Boras, chair- man of the separate schoo! board. The chamber had requested n special meeting of representa tives from each group but this was rejected by the pnbli board Tuesday night and i was decided instead to invil chamber members to an open hoard meeting for the purposi of exchanging views on the is sues outlined in Uic position paper. Cancer blitz coming The Cancer Society blitz will be conducted in l.cthh r i d g c, Fort Maclcod and Milk River St. Paul's 11011-grading approved A non graded plan for Ian guage arts and mathemntic has been approved for the SI Paul's Elementary School. The L e I h bridge scpa rat- school board approved llic pro- posal during Us regular meci ing Wednesday niglil followin ,1 90 minute presentation b principal John Abcrle and oral members of the staff. April 16, in Taber April 19, and The non graded scheme ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Blcfg. 222 5lh St. S. Phono 328.409S in Cnrdslon April 20, campaign chairman Cecil Gordon said to- day. This year, Lethhridge's share is S-JG.-lffO in the Alberta objec- tive of Mr. Gordon said he is confident the objec- tive will lie reached, noting that Lcthbridgeiles donated last year. Mr. Gordon said because of oilier events taking place April 16, residents not contacted day will be contacted Monday. He also said more canvassers are needed and volunteers should telephone 327-5452. involve students in Grades 1 I 3 and will begin in August. WENATCHEE, Washington Staff) Interstate water (impacts or agreements may E the right solution to assure ic most efficient development f United States water sys- erns. Harold Nelson, chairman of. le Columbia Interstate Corn- act Commission from Boise, daho, told the noon banquet of North American water con- crence here Wednesday that :ie U.S. will have a first-class ramework of studies to draw n by 1975. He suggested that for the roper implementation of the amework. the co-operation of 11 states and the federal gov- rnment will he needed. This is vhere interstate agreements vill work, he said. He said the first such com- lact to he worked successfully or the use of water was the Columbia River Compact of 95G. This compact involved nothing more than the alloca- ion of water. Now, compacts will have to lo jeopardize other renewable slraig feelings of nationalism resources in the area; i in hulh countries, that no conn- to refrain from sacrificing i try or group of countries can trees, fish, wildlife and other> escape unharmed if there is serious deterioration in inter- national trade relations. He pointed to the "continen- tal" problem of animal diseaso which has been treated, not as a national problem, but as a common problem. 'This lias not only permitted a relatively free movement of live.stcck between us but has also encouraged the develop- ment nf sound North American disease control programs based upon conciliation and mutual he said. He explained Canada's stand on U.S. ownership in Canada by stating, "We want (o he sure that foreign investments carry with them a reasonable bal- ance of benefits. "If policies of nny foreign country are designed or have as their objective that Canada must constantly be in a deficit position and payment of these accounts can he made only by .spiling more of our assets, theo that would he unacceptable." Ellis Armstrong, commis- sioner of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, said, "that was the right message, just the right message." regarding Mr. Olson's environmental state- ments. ratification by the states in- volved and the federal govern- ment. Mr. Nelson told the 250 del- egates from the Northwest Uni- ted States aud Western Canada that local, county, regional and state entities must become in- volved. He suggested that there are areas in Canada where water can be stored which will ben- efit land both in Canada and the U.S. In this type of situa- tion, agreements will have to be worked out, he said, Arab horse show planned May 20 lo 21 leal with Hands for recreation. have ever growing dc- the water, such as All these aspects lo be worked out among the states. For such an agreement to happen, the slates must reach agreement among themselves and then the final move is School ends tune 7 Students from Grades 1 (o 11 ill lie out of Lethb r i d ge schools on .lune 7 while those in Grncie 12 will have to hang on for one more week to write final examinations. All Grade 12s, with the ex- ception of those who will writo examinations in such suhjecls as Latin and Ukranian, will he finished on June 17. The re- mainder will complete their exams on June 19. The schools will reopen the week of Anfiust 21. The exact opening date has not hcen set. The fourth bian Horse annual All-Ara- will he staged at the Lethbridge Ex- hibition Pavilion Hay 20 and 21, the Chinook Arabian Horso Association said today. Participation, is expected from British Columbia, Sas- katchewan. Washington and Montana in addition to Alber- ta, according to publicity offi- cer Edna McMullin. There will be 34 breeding classes and 58 performance classes. Each day of judging is divided into liirce perfor- mances: a.m. to noon, I p.m. to 5 p.m., ami evenings from Frank Johnston, president of i the association, said this is an opportunity to view some of the finest Arabian horses, known for their endurance, stamina and versatility. CHI Mr: DROPS The Criminal Investigations Branch of the Lcllihridge City Police Force1 report eel there had been a general decrease in serious crimes ami an increase of only 102 general category criminal cases {hiring 1971. CLIFF BIACK, Certified Denial MojKanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLOC. 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