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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! New nnd reduced student fares now available maximum age 25 For furthrr information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 SHCONI1 SUCTION lethbtidge Herald Lclhbridfjo, Albcrla, Thursday, 13, 11172 PACKS 15 TO NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDC. 740 4lh S. IHHBRIOGE, ALBERTA Ask about Phologruy tuns thot changes with I gl 1. Hohol avoids trap The llcrnhl Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Labor Minis- ter Bert Hohol slipped out of a trap set for him Wednesday by John Anderson, Tor I.etli- brirlgc East. Holding a clipping from Tues- day's Lcthhriclge Herald, Mr. Anderson read ici Ilic legisla- ture a statement from Cana- dian Food and Allied Workers Union agent Norm LoClaire that the department of Laboi lias not been in contact with his union since a lockout at Calelli Ltd., Letbbridsje began. Mr. Anderson reminded the minister that he told the house a lew days ago that Ilic lauoi department had been in contact with belli sides in the dispute. Dr. lloho] replied that there is a difference between officia contact "willi prejudice'" and unofficial contact "without prc jndice." The minister said labor olll- cials will tie in official contact the union soon. He implied labor deparlnicnl 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 thai was 55 in favor and three against strike action. Tikes hike on Saturday The Lcthbridge Optimist Club-sponsored Hike for Tikes will be held Saturday, post poned because of weather from March 31. People of all ages will walk (he miles from I.elhhridfic to Picture Buttc through Conl (Inle lo raise money for charit able organizations. Hegislralion and sponsorship forms are available at the-Op- timist Club office. PIIENVLKETONUniA Plrenylketonuria is a fairly rare disease which, if untreat cd, produces grave mental ab normalities. As a preventive service, the city health uni conducts regular tests on in [anls. All 292 tests conducted during Ihe last quarler of 1971 were negative. Long Lasting AZALIA PLANTS EXTRA SPECIAL SO ,49 mmf EACH Cash and Carryl FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6lh Street South Phone 327-5747 Canadian water is a national resource Hy IHC SW1IIAUT i cu -.ions about the possibilities j living things for the production lU-rnlil Staff Writer ..'have heen among private :n- of power or (he protcclion of WKXATCIIEE, Washington dividuals or organizations, i iral estate unless __ Tlic i! v.-e did hnv? es.-ary, because there considers walcr as a national iourcu and is unwilling lo Lialc the Male of llial re- source until Ilic fnlvire ncx'ds of it's citivAMis arc assessed. Bud Olson, federal minister of agriculture, (old :wi del- egates to the spmal water re- sources conference! hero Wed- nesday that wilh regard to ex- port of Canadian water to Ilio U.S. Ills novornment can't ac- cept the concept ot ''continen- tal water." in Caiuula consider our watur to he as as any otlier resource within our tia- lional hi? suitl. lie told tlu: conference thai there has been no official ills1 CUSMOII bt'Lv.ci'ii the Cnnadiaii and U.S. governments about any sale of water, lhat all dis- lo olfer for sale to oilier coun- he said, "we have no evidence tltal there would be a ijuyer. spile of all the: private discussion the I' S. gov- ernment has made no tAh'i' to Ihe government of I'anadj to buy water Of even In iniliiiti- a joint discussion on Hie ques- tion." Mr. Olson explained Can- ada's rules about water diver- sion or control, including: absolutely aio lher ways nf producing power and conl Tolling floods which are loss damaging to Ik- said the Canadian gov- ernment recognizes the re- .spojt-ilMJily fnlnre Cana- and future in the will act with camion concerning the natural lie quoted Prime Minister Tiudean: will net barter a ullllul ___ cii-.m i'.nd wholesome environ- to refrain from diverting I men! fur industrial or commer- v.hole rivers from one river I iirowlll and call it pro- basin to anolber; to refrain from regulating Mr. Olson said, in pointing to water flows in such a way as j Ihe strong lies and yet tliB to jeopardize other renewable strong feelings of nationalism resources in the area; to refrain from sari trees, fish, wildlife and other JA WEEK Two members of Ihe Junior Achiovernenl Association visilors la the city hall annex work area Ine process behind the finished product. Lefl lo right are: Doug Matisz, Casey Van den brink, Bill Kergan, Evelyn Van den brink and Peter Von der Leo. The Open House held Wednesday night a part of Junior Achievement Week activities. Salurday a Trade Fair will be held in ihe Centre Village Mall where the five company products will be on display and For sale for HID last time ihis 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 lork- oul at Ilic Leihbridge Catelli Lid. plant ended Wednesday, with Ihn signing of a Iwo year work contract. The agreement gives [he 58 employees, members of (he Ca- Overture concert Tuesday Tlie last concert of Ihe sea- son in the Overture Concert Se- ries will be held Tuesday at p.m. in the Yalcs Memor- ial Centre. The Tucson Arizona Boys' Chorus, directed by Jeffrey Hnskcll and accompanied by Kim Karawsky, pianist, will perform a selcclion of sacred numbers, medieval carols, classical works, Hungarian folk songs, spirituals, western miusic and famous Broadway and pop- ular songs. The concert is open lo season ticket holders. LETHBFUOGE-AITA STUDIO ON FIC7W 1 flRTISTIC PICTUDE i m ARTISTS' 9 flRT CAILERV 710-5 AVE Open Weekdays 9 lo Celebrate Your Special Occasions at Ericksen's! mmw nndian Food and Allied Work- ers Union, local 1115, a 70 cent an hour increase! over two years. Tlic settlement was reached ittcr Calelli nnd Union repre- sentatives m e t Wednesday following a monlh- .ong breakdown of negotia- :ions. The lockout was precipitated jy a March 29 union strike vole the earlier rejection of a JO per cent hour wage increase by a conciliation ward. Procinotion line were at work at a.m. today and :hc plant is expected lo be in ll operation by Monday. In the settlement re n died yesterday, the union gave up claim to a cost of living clause which they had heen bargain- ing for and Calelli offered the across the board wage in- crcnse. Tlic new two year c tract runs out -Jan. 1, 1073. Ttic employees had been seed plant under way Western Canadian Seed Pro- cessors Ltd. begin con- struction next week on a new seed cleaning plant. The cily inspection and de- velopment department issued a building permit Wednesday for to cover Ihc fir.st slafic of the new The new facilities will double the plant production, Hugh Mi- chael, company president said. "The present facilities arc being worked to Mr. Michael said, crushing bushels of rapesccd cacti day. By late summer, when the new plant is completed, more Mian bushels will be crushed and cleaned per day. Mr. Michael said about four men will he hired wlu'ii the new plnnt is completed. The plant is located at 201 2Blh St. NT, and This FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING "FRANKLY BROTHERS" 8 lo 12 p.m. No Cover Charge PHONE 328-7754 FOX RESERVATIONS! working without a contract since Jan. 1 of this year and Lhc agreement is rclroaclive to that date. The previous base pay rale at Catelli had been 52.09 for women and S2.S2 for males. Under the new agreement ratified by the union members Cyclists remanded to Wednesday Kive inotofcyrlisLi chargetl cnusing a (lisLurbaiice in a licensed premises March 18 aL Ilic El flnncho llotor Hotel caharcl liavc rwnnnrted lo April for completion of tlioir Ural. Provincial Judge L, W. Hud- son rcmaiulcd DonaM William 20, Richard Burrows, 2C, Lewis Blooinc, 25, nnd Charles Olson, 25, all of Lctll- hridgB and Michael Lee Swal- low of Topeka, Kansas when he AV.'IS unable lo hear all of the evidence in magislrate's court Wednesday. Uiu-ing Ihe same covirl ap- pearance Lhe five men, also joinlly charged will] assaull causing hodily injiuy, pleaded not guilty to the charge and were again remanded until next Wednesday when Ilic cur- rent trial will he concluded. II is expected anolhcr dale will be scl for (he assault (rial when llicy appear in court Cancer blitz tXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7lh STREET SOUTH ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DfNTAl MECHANIC Schwarlz Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phono 328.409S coining Tiic Cancer Society blitz will he conducted in Lcthbridge, Kort Macleod and Milk RLvcr April 1G, in Taber April 19, and iti Cardston April 20, campaign' chairman Cecil Gordon said to- day. This year, Lcthhridge's share is in Ilic Alberta objec- tive of Mr. Gordon said hr is confident (he objec- tive will he reached, noting that donated last year. Mr. Gordon said because of oilier events taking place April 16, residents not contacted Sun- day will he conlaclod Monday, lie also .said more canvassers are needed and volunteers should telephone the'base rate will increase 35 cents now followed by a similar increase next Jauuary. Chamber, trustees to meet The Lelhbridge Chamber o[ Commerce and the cily's Lwo scliool hoards will meet April 2S lo discuss educational issues outlined in Ihe provincial cham- hcr's suhrnissiojl lo Ihc Worth Commission on Education a 1 Planning. Separate scliool 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 and I'm prepared to give them. It is just a 'chew the (at1 meet- said John Boras, chair- man of the separate school board. The chamber had requested a special meeting of representa- tives from each group but this rejected by the public board Tuesday night and il was decided instead to invite chamber members to an open hoard meeting for Ihe purpose of exchanging views on the is- sues outlined in the position paper. St. Paul's non- grading O approved A non graded plan for lan- guage arts and mathematics hns heen approved for the St. Paul's Elementary School. The Leth bridge separate school board approved Ihc pro- posal during ils regular meet ing Wednesday niglit following n 90 minute presentation bj principal John Ahrrle and sev- eral members of the staff. The non graded scheme wil involve students in Grades 1 1 3 and will begin in August. WENATCI11CE, Washington Staff) Interstate water cnmpacls or agreements mny )e the right solulion to assure ratification by the states in- volved and the federal govern- ment. Mr. Nelson told the 250 del- he mosl efficient development egales from Ihe Northwest Uni- states and Western Canada .hat local, county, regional and state entities must become in- volved. He suggested that (here are areas in Canada water can be stored which will ben- efit land both In Canada and ;he US. In (his lypc of situa- :ion, agreements will have lo ,je worked out, he said, of United States water sys- erns. Harold Nelson, chairman of he Columbia Interstate Com- pact Commission from Boise. Idaho, told the noon banquet ol he North American water con- 'creuce here Wednesday lhat lie U.S. will have a first-class ramework of studies to draw )n by 1975. He suggested that for Ihe >roper implementation of Ihc ramework. (he co-operaliou of ill stales and the federal gov- ernment wilt be needed. This is vhere inlerstatc agreements will work, he said. He said the first such com- pact to be worked successfully ;or the use of watei1 was the Columbia River Compact of )9aO. This compact involved nothing more than Ihc alloca- tion of water. Now. compacts will have to deal will) ever growing dc mands for the water, such as rccrcalion. All Ihese aspecls have lo be worked out among the slates. For such an agreement to happen, the slates must reach agreement among themselves and then the final move School ends nine 7 Students frnni Grades 1 lo 11 will ho on( of Letlil) r i d ge schools on .lune 7 while Iliosc in Grndt! 12 will have to hang on for one more week lo wrilc filial cxaniinalions. All Grade 12s, with Ihe ex- ception of those who will writo examinations in such subjects ns Lalin and Ukranian, will be finished on June 17. The re- mainder will cnmplelc their exams on June ID. The schools will reopen the week of August 21. The exact opening date has not been set. Arab horse show planned] May 20 lo 21 The fourth annual All-Ara- bian Horse Show will he staged at the Lethbriuge Ex- hibition Pavilion May 20 and 21, Ihe Chinook Arabian Horso Association said today. Participation, is expected from British Columbia, Sas- katchewan. Washington nnd Montana in addition Lo Alber- ta, according to publicity offi- cer Edna McMullin. There will be 34 breeding classes and 5H performance classes. Each day of judging is divided into llircc perfor- mances: a.m. (o noon, I p.m. to 5 p.m., ami cveninfis from j Frank Jolmston, president of I the association, said this is an opportunity to view some of Lhc finest Arabian horses, known for (heir endurance, stamina and vcrsalilily. m bulli countries, (hat no conn- I iv or f'roup of countries can unharmed if there is dcterioi at ion in inter- national trade relations, Ho pointed to (lie "continen- tal" problem of animal diseaso which lias been Irenlcrf, not os a natidii.il problem, but as a c'oninum problem. ''Tliis lins nut only permitted a relatively free movement of liw.slcck between us but has also encouragotl the develop- ment of sound Xoitb American disease control programs based upon consultation and mutual he said. lie explained Canada's stand on U.S. ownership in Canada by statinp, "We want (o be sure that investments carry with them a reasonable bal- ance of benefits. "ff policies of tiny foreign country are designed or have as their objective that Canadu must constantly be in a deficit position and payment ot these accounts can be made only by spiling more of our assets, theo that v.onlil lie unacceptable." Armslrong, commis- sioner of Ilic U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, said, "that was the right message, just the right regarding Mr. Olson's environmental stale- men Is. DROPS I1 b c Crimhuil Investigations Branch of Ihe hcllibridge CiLy Police Fore i- ri-poited there had been a Rpneral in serious crimes and nn increase of only category criminal cases din-ing 1971. CLIFF BLACK. 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