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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerry 'Jjland t erry A. E. CROSS rat JCtJ. for Custom Framing PHONE J27-U73 The Letttbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, April 20, 1970 PAGES J TO 18 RESTAURANT ANO PANCAKE HOUSE IANOUCT. FACILITIES KX 75 KOTU Bus Service Petition Council Tonight CLEAN-UP SCHEDULE The city'of Lelhbridge will conduct Its annual iprmg clean up May 4-19. Chy trucks wtll burning-barrH refuse.and, ether rubbish In Zone 1, May 4-5; Zone 2, May 6-8; Zone 3, May 11-12; Zone 4; May 13-U; Zone 5, May 15-19. The trucks will not Jake earth, large tree trunks and branches, carbgana hedge removals, building wastes, concrete blocks or other similar materials. Citizens ore asked to put burning barrels to be emptied and other stuff to be picked up adjacent to' the lane and put'rubbish In cartons or plastic bergs when practical.' Prairie Unity Would Weaken West Says Calgary LaivyerA. M. Harradence J c? J "J The only result of the part 'of the east separation ma onion of the three Prairie western workable soli nces would .be to cut the problems, but jer of western voices in 'plan to hav says Calgary lawyer A. said he was the western pa Milt) Harradence. in the One depth by, an "If there were only Enquiry -firm; voting bloc with ope or for May 10-13 in feel Hot ire'd be. at .which more than pretty close easy for others to deal known arid one of he witt. scientists, that we don't Mr. leader of and politicians emotion" wit group of pro-western Prairie union. of facts on v men who have come lo be known K the New-West .Task Force, said he regretted thtt people think he is interested lokly in the west study of the political feasibility of welding .three into one bloc is pair-icularly interesting to my .be said. "One of he said: The study he p mission. will not li pleted until the en He said the stn from the east. think separatism is problems a western separation i movement would feelin western separatist deiperate measure, but, if overcome .is how tw factors: thi Menu to be lhe; only viable solution to our problems provinces together into one nation." provirjcia: be final legislati Ihen we'U have to fully -Mr. Harradence the Write P nder it. OnePPE conference list "In the west we're fighting discriminatory tariffs and freight rates, a discriminatory oil policy and a general :wticb.Lhe said seems overbalanced' with .easterners who could bring an eastern' Canadian' prejudice with them DECIS1 "If Rene Leves Quebec, election will be forced 01 LETHBRIDGE RErKIGEHATION addresses. 'He and several members of his task force plan to attend the OnePPE conference to because longer have a Levesque is bead Quebecois, a part REHtrSRATIOM in4 AW CONMTrONmc including James A. Richardson, federal minister sepiratisi "We'd just be Phone and services; then, in w Harry E. Strom; Jean Marcband, federal minister Army, Navy end. Air ant-Unit economic expansion; Mayor Rod Sykes, of Calgary; L'aurier R. ;M. Burns; Fred Drummie, director of the Maritime Union Study. Mr. Harradence thinks M THt HACK, R.D.T., JACKPOT DENTAL lUcfcMt In n MBKAl MNTAI For OBMI R. Hutton, Their PHONE Board of In lions, was 'to me and the he and his solid tow a r d on us 'without we iwiH no nation." Mr. A petition from students, Canada and we'd have to re consider our western position in hat new light. "And .if the White'Paper is rammed through parliament, 1 .hink there will suddenly be an undeniable call in the west: for a referendum to decide er or not we .do sep- arate'from the rest of Canada.' "The White' Paper will hurt western Canada more-than it will affect ;.ny other part of the Mr. Harradence said. "It would put all the coun- try's economic power inside the Golden Triangle, at the centre of eastern Canada's business and industry, where most of the votes are. "We're on the short end of the stick, and it could be a final blow to Mr. Harradence said. problems of UK west are welj-known in the he said. "But the east doesn't see them. We're taking the same drubbing now that we've been taking practically since Confederation. "If this keeps up and the east won't do anything 'about it, the only answer is for 'the west to go it alone. I think' it's likely we could easily manage it." citizens on 7th St. N. between studenl working on ban- 9Ui Ave. and' llth Ave. so- wing the proposed cutback of the city transit bus service will :ome before the regular city council meeting in Lethbtidge tonight at 8 o'clock. Other correspondence from ciliiear or. the bus service spells out some of the difficul-. ies presented by'the cutbacks. They include: no transporta- tion to church services; diffi- culties for shift workers; no transportation for late shop- ping; and pensioners depend- ing upon buses for lodge trans- portation. One letter suggests the down- grading will create a liability and sacrifice the system to pri- vate enterprise. Alderman Steve Kofch' will make a motion calling, for a study on operations of the tran- sit system and to determine whether the system could be feasibly be operated only dur- ing such peak hours of the day' as would give essential seivice to the general public. In other business, a motion by Alderman C. W. Chichester will; if passed, allow for as- sistance in the amount of 150 per year !o pensioners who can prove need, lo be applied as a reduction of their civic taxes. A delegation ot concerned in- dividuals and organizations con- cerned with transient youth will appear before council'to. seek council endorsement and sup- port for the proposed method of dealing with the transient youth situation expected for this hour. Dr. Stewart; indicated I h e in order diploma and that they receive the proper background for final years of their apprentice- ship. iurnuier. One other delegation will come before council for a pub- ic bearing on rezoning a rium- Der of lots in the Schwartz- Churchijl subdivision..1 for the city electrical system will be presented .to council.' Included in the report is the increase in peak load for 1969, of 4.6. per cent. The 1969 rev- enue wae a 7.3 per cent increase over. 1968. A letter from Dr. C. D. Stew- art, president of the Lethbridge Community College, requested the' clarification of tbe, col- lege's food catering to the pub- lic throu gh commercial cooking program >'at the LCC, will be among correspondence at tonight's council meeting..' Verlih R. OUen, food 'service manager at LCC, indicated the cooking class two smorgasbord banquets and ore cold plate luncheon in the past two semesters. All three different types vof opera- tions allowing the- students .to be confronted with different types of services. He .said with regard to the Mediation Talks Under Way 1 With City Electric Workers .CROSSES ARCTIC .CIRCLE Able Seaman R. Bj-amwell, of Lethbridge, lop left, played the. port of p "trusty seal" in recent ceremonies aboard HMCS Bonavenlure 05 Ihe ship the.'Arctic Circle in the Atlantic Ocesn. The 'ceremony is heW each lime the ship crosses the Arctic Circle with uninitiated personnel. This time Boreas' ruler of Northerni Realms paid his visit to the carrier to welcome a 15 mon ormy dflncriivrnt, receiving the men Bluenpn Mariners, class. Able Seaman Brqmwell was on official part of the cereniony. KiiiakiiK Bridge Tesl N 7' (HNS) Commun- ity bridge parties .have''been held in the Coutts Civic Cep- le every' Thursday evening Grain Quotas The Canadian .-wheat board has announced a. three-bushel quota effective immediately it Cardslori; Craddock, New Day- ton, Stirling, Barnwellj Chin, Jefferson, McNab, Nobleford, Raymond, and during the winter months. Recently '-a' supper hy about 50 pie bring Ike .social evenings of card games lo 'a close. Following the supper, eight .allies of bridge -were played with high scores going to. Mrs. P: Kinakin.and; George "Bosch .consolations to Mr. and Mrs, Grant Graham. mediator for Industrial Rela- rt.the city of- Intemational Brotherhood of Electrical Workers today at in an basis of wages'offered and the attempt lo resolve the contract difficul lies which led. to a strike vote Thursday-April 9. The IBEW Local 254 rejected a conciliator's award on tfic CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE CANADIAN FURRIERS imparily in.fringe benefits be- tween unkm and non-union em- ployees. The conciliator, had offered (he union a 14-cent anf hour wage increase plus 6-6-6 per cent increase .spaced evenly over two years..The city also rejected this award. A strike can be held any time within a year after the strike vote was taken. PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS There were 18 fewer, psychia- tric patients admitted lo Ihe Lethbridge Municipal Hospital during Ihe first three months of WTO than'in 1969.- WESTMINSTER DRUGS ON MUFHEk REPLACEMENTS WE HAVt A rat MOST CAKS RK MSTAIUTION MSTAllATXm IffFTMW CUADANTHO MWHMS FW MSffCTIOM AW UTMATH AU AT Ntw MWM NvmWr FOR REE DCUVERY IIMUTC FFLER Exclmhrt Dtcllr HOWIS: n.m. rtwu fridoy Soturdiy t >.m. p.m ATtwfMi flwm 3M-IIW 5M AVMIM Switd You and your family.- are Ab- stainers! Insurance Com- pany can probably you dwelling insurance at lower than you are now paying. How are we able to do this? Abstainers' believe that non-drinkers are gen- erally" more responsible people and. are .Ies? Kkely to have fires through corefessness the main couse of flrei. Therefore, we ca.n in-. sure non.drinkers al a preferred rate, Ihil means ydu save money with no reduction in in- surance protection. Why. not compare Abstainers' premiums wi-th your present roles now? HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES tTD. 120! 3rd Swtfc 321-7777 Representing rvPVNSURANCE COMPANY T.j BABIES There were 125 babies born at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospi- tal during the first thret months of 1970. Itiother Brown's TAKE HOME FI5H M-M._Dr. S., tail en 12th Art. I fvtnmfi Phtm 327.3011 12749ft Here! UNIROYAL'S 7S SERIES WIDE BELTED TIGER PAWS tf want tire lhat hot cord and to lough they can tolit about ffnylhinf en Iht give 50% .mart and 100% more road hazard rciistante, Ihen Tifer Pawl art for ybv. White ant tide OC 50 ilfipe and Marhinfi Silt WITH TRADE, tACH 35 SIMIlAK SAVINGS ON All OTHER SIZESI AND FOR THE VALUt IN TOWN IN fETItUDeD CHECK KIRK'S ORBITREAD RETREADS WITH IXCHANCE, ONtr (SIMILAR SAVINGS OK Alt SIZES) Your UNIROYAL Dtaler KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. IETHMIDOI-I621 3rd Av..' S. TAIER-6M1.50th Avenut fhofw 223-3441 fERNIE, ;