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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH SMAUPOX VACCINATION now required for visitor! to Britain alto to Europe in transit through London Airport. This bulletin courtesy of ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, April PAGES 15-26 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 CURRENT STORE HOURS: to Mon., Tues., Wed. and Fri. Thurs. to Closed Saturdays 'Autonomy not affected? A crow dashes through the trees at Henderson Lake lite also begins its anni Park as the late afternoon sun shines from behind. Bird fishermen, picnickers, life abounds in the park's trees in the spring. And human hand this time of year. On the wing begins its' annual scurry around the park. Golfers, in, picnickers, campers and strollers are all on c? A crow dashes through the trees at Henderson Lake life also begins its' annual scurry around the p ernoon sun shines from behind. Bird fishermen, picnickers, campers and strollers aark's trees in the spring. And human hand this time of year. REMEMBER only 2 days left to get your TRADITIONAL EASTER FLOWERS and PLANTS EASTER ARRANGEMENTS at the MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 One change from January Tax plan reaches house EDMONTON (CP) The government's promised tax i eduction bonanza for Alber- tans was sent to the legisla- ture Tuesday. It introduced a bill to pro- vide direct financial assis- tance to homeowners and jentsrs, using additional rev- enue the province will gain this year from increased oil royalties. Main .features of the bill: A property tax rebate of up to for homeowners each year, an increase of from 1972. The increase in- cludes a raise in the exist- CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building Go Western for EASTER Jwf arrived a new shipment cf WESTERN SUITS by Prince Clothing >n a wide scledion ci end shades in Tegular. end short models. WESTERN BOOTS for the famfly by Tony lon-a, JwsJin, Cowlown an] Dan foa WESTERN STRAW HATS by Bailey, ftesisfol, Smilhbtlf end lannings from We cany tho lonjert selection of JEANS AND CASUAIS over pairs by tevis, end Wrangler 308 5th SJreet S. ISIS GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE Phone 328-4726 ing homeowners' grant to An income tax credit of up to for persons renting a home, acknowledging that they pay "property taxes indi- rectly through their land- lords. Removal from property tax of the 30-milI, province- wide levy for the school foun- dation program. Payment for municipali- ties of all the costs of hos- pital and local health unit requisitions and 90 per cent (up from 80 per cent) of mu- nicipal social assistance costs by the government. Payments by tha gov- ernment of about million in unconditional grants to BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom _ Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thurs.. Fri. rill 9 p.m. FOR YOUR WEDDING TEMPLE------INVITATIONS etc Whites Flower Gift Shop Phone 223-2557 TABER municipalities, plus about million more in incentive grants. The incentive grants are conditional on the mu- nicipality keeping budget in- creases to less than per cent a year. Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell, who intro- duced the bill, has said that the entire tax-reduction and municipal assistance pack- age is equal to a raise in mu- nicipal assistance grants to million from million. The only change in that bill from the Property Tax Re- duction Plan announced in January is that persons 65 and over who rent dwellings be entitled to a rent- er assistance grant. Last year, they received under the Senior Citizens Shelter Assistance Act. Li determining tlie amount they can deduct from their provincial income tax. rent- ers start with a basic tax credit allowance of add two per cent of their annual rent and then deduct one per cent of their taxable in- come. Property tax owners would get a credit equal to 30 mills to a maximum assesssiest of Foster to reassure U of L Vauxhall workers fear losing jobs By GREG McINTYRE Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Advanced Education Minister Jim Fos- ter hopes to meet with the University of Lethbridge Sen- ate in early May to discuss the reorganization of his de- partment and academic aut- onomy. Mr. Foster said in an in- terview hs has written U of L Chancellor James Oshiro proposing a meeting likely in Lethbridge. The minister also wants to meet with the Lethbridge Community College board sometime this spring and felt perhaps he could arrange a meeting with the college board too while in the city. In the legislature, Dick Gruenwald (SC Lethbridge West) questioned the minis- ter about a letter from Dr. Oshiro urging the establish- DISTRICT TRUSTEES TO MEET District delegates of the Alberta School Trustees' As- sociation will meet in Leth- bridge for a one-day confer- ence April 24 followed by a two-day closed meeting of the ASTA executive board. ASTA executives, including president Harald Gunderson of Calgary and Zone Six rep- resentative John Boras of Lethbridge, will begin local sessions April 27. The evening executive meeting, from p.m. to 9 p.m., will be held in the board room of Lethbridge separate school district office. Regular business meet- ings will continue April 28 at 9 a.m. in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. None of the ASTA exec- utive meetings will be open to the public. It is not known what items will be discussed during the two-day agenda. The April 24 zone meeting will include reports from the ASTA executwe, represent- ed by Mr. Boras; tbe educa- tional council, through Leth- bridge public school trustee Carl Johnson: lie Southern Alberta Educational Tele- vision Association, by local public trustee Doug Card; and the Southern Alberta School Authorities Associa- tion, from chairman Ray Clark. Mr. Clark and SASAA re- cently weathered a three- iveek strike by teachers in 18 rural districts. Wage agree- ments between SASAA and its teachers have still not been settled, although a re- port from a government-ap- pointed arbitrator is expect- ed by April 30. Discussions will also be hsld at the zone meeting on teacher training and intern- ship, transportation and the modified or divided school year. Zone delegates will meet from 9 a.m. to about 3 p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. rnenl of an autonomous corn- mission between the govern- ment and the universities in Alberta. Mr. Gruenwald ask if the minister had received a let- ter "protesting the proposed amendments to the univer- sities act and the reorganiza- tion of the department of ad- vanced education." Foster said Dr. Oshiro's letter was more in the nature of an enquiry than a protest. Mr. Gruenwald asked if the letter suggested a commis- sion to serve a buffer be- tween government and the province's three universities to replace the universities commission which is being abolished this month. The minister replied, "Tbe letter did express some con- cern about the autonomy of the institutions and in my re- ply to the honorable chancel- lor I indicated that in my judgement the amendments to the Universities Act cur- rently before the house do not in any way affect the autonomy of the institutions Mr. Foster said "There may be a misunderstanding in the minds of some sena- tors concerning these facts of the act, which is of course one cf the reasons I wish to speak with them." The reorganization of the advanced education depart- ment and the abolition of the universities commission have been thoroughly discussed with officials at the Univer- sity of Calgary and the Uni- versity of Alberta, he added. NDP leader Grant Notley asked if the U of C senate has formally suggested a buffer between the govern- ment and the universities. Mr. Foster said a number of groups including the U of C, have suggested some form of buffer out "not necessarily a commission." Seal funds short of goal The Lethbridge Easter Seal campign is still short of its goal, the local fund raising chairman said Tuesday. Gerry Probe says the cam- paign has received good re- sponse and should suprass its goal for 1973 even though it was hindered before it started. The sponsoring Kiwanis Club of Green Acres were sheets of Easter Seals short of the requested to supply the Leth- bridge area when the cam- paign kicked off earlier this month. Anyone not receiving the seals and wishing to make a donation can mail contribu- tions to Easter Seal Cam- paign, P. 0. Box 900, Leth- bridge. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAI MEDICAL DENTAL BLOC. lower Level PHONE 327.2822 Catering ESPECIALLY FOR EASTER HOT-CROSS BUNS EASTER CAKES CASTER COOKIES SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, APRIL 19th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Lovely dinette fable and 4 chains: Good Zenith deep- freeze (2! cu. fi.1; Xice chair and stool: Gcod Coronado fridge; Old iron bedstead: Tvning desk: 3-way combination TV-radc-record player: Scott h.p. outboard motor; Nice 45" roilaway bed: Good selection of gas and electric ranges: PressiirD pump and tank: Set wood bunk beds: Good selection TV sets: Wood IBs DincMc lable: Cupboard doors: Mayfag dryer; Doors: Table saw: Good girls' bike: Lounge: 53" bedstead. Pictures: 2 guitars; Bathtub: Tcilct: Basins: Pole lamp: Flat deck trailer. Wood crib and maWrcss. Automatic washers. Car top carrier; Windows and deems; AdmJn.1 2-door fridge: Roll- away bed frame; Gas heater: TV antennas; Floor polishers; Evcstroagh; Exerciser; Eicctric tog radiant: Wood chairs; Step table: Garden snrayer: Gat. lafn mowers; Gladiron mangle; 2 garden tractors and attachments: Dishes. Crocks: Pois and pans; Electric appliances. FhK many morr items to mention. BKUTTFU, CHESTERFIELD and CHMR WITH VELVET COVERING n bicck and wriils, ond navy and while. SEE OUR SELECTION OF IOVELY MATCHING HANDBAGS "Orchid" by Joyce In 3 Jone and white "Cosmos" by Jcycc In white, black, and tri.tone brown and beige. Josl arrived for the young men. The new Spectator look in JARMAN MEN'S SHOES In white end rmvy, cmd and brown crinkle patent. USE YOUR Open Thursday 1 9 p m. Closed Good Fridoy CAMM'S 403 Slh St S. SHOES ;