Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Jerry erry A. t CKOSS JLtJ. The Man For Your Wedding" PHONE U7.M73 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, April M, IfM PAGES 11 TO M UESTAUtANT ANO PANCAKE HOUSE FACIUHB KM 71 KOTU City Declines Meeting With Electrical Workers A request for an April T! meeting to resolve possible strike action by the Interna- tknal Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 254 was declined by city council in a closed meet- ing Thursday night. E. H. S t a r k, business ager for local 254, in a letter to called for a provincial mediator to be aUodaace "to he ad off atrr misunder- standing betweea the parties." Mr. Start said the negotiating committee for the local is OB two hour can for any fruitful negotiations with the corpon- tkn of the city of Letbbridge. Youth Fined In Assault Case A Letbbridge youth, Gregory H. Nixon, was fined a total of (140 -stuns he pleaded guilty in magistrate's court to a.charge of causing a disturbance and a charge of assaulting a peace officer. STOCKING HBOtlSON Henderson Lake stocked Thundoy with fingerling rainbow trou'r by (he Alberta fish >nd wildlife branch.from supply al Hooky Mountain House. The lake, which has.a capa- city for fish, is stocked periodically when offi- cials feel the supply is getting low. Last year Henderson was Hocked with fish. Lake, 40 miles southeast .of Lethbridoe was stocked with finger- lings yesterday by Paul McAdam of the Jumping Rain- bow Ranch at Livingston, Montana. (This was second load of trout dumped into Tyrrell's Lake. The take is to be stocked with 1.5 million fiih by late spring.) A secoid charge of assault; ing a peace -officer was with- drawn at the request of the He termed the April V Meet ing as "a last ditch for settlement." Local 454 has been authorized by a 100 per cent supervised-vote to take itrike action ac the Letbbridge local lesfiL Mr. Stark warned, in (he let ter, that any interference with of Local 2M, either individually or group, without the authorixation of the bargaining agent, will b dealt with in accordance-, wili the Alberta Labor Act City council, in Ms resolution, said it felt-all avenues had been iscussed with those o carry out negotiations wit the city., Council expressed full con fidence in You and your family an non-drinkers. Ab- stainers' Com- pony oan'probabV offer Insurance at lower than you ant now paying. How arc we able to do this? Abstainers' believe that noiHdrinken are gen- erally ir.ore. responsible and are likely 1o have, fires, through carelessness I the main cause of fires. I Therefore, we can in- 1 non-drinkers at a preferred rate. This means you save money with no reduction in in- surance prelection. Why not Abstainers' premiums with your present rates now? HUNT Tats discussion it open to an interested ta raising pure bred 'No admission wifl be charged. MSUUNCf AGENCIES ITTX 1201 M Aveiwe teoA Representing ABSTAINERS' COMfANY 117-M1I er Discussion Purebreds In conjunction with the dog show inonaored by the LeuV iridge Kennel Club, Mrs. Eve- V Kenny, member of the Ca- nadian Kennel Cub, will, dis- cuss the raising of .pure bred dog., tonight at 8 o'clock in the of the Lethbridge PavOntV False Qaims Bring Fine Of 1200 A Lethbridge man, George Delaneyj was fined a total of and costs, or in default of payment, Z4 days in jail, when be pleaded in magistrate's court recently to eight charges of making false statements to the Unemployment Insurance Commission. Magistrate Arthur H. Elford toW the accused that he may consider the sentence lenient. Magistrate Elford expressed concern with the deterrent ef- fect the sentence would have on other claimants and that such people must realize the-se- riousness of these offences. Delaoey is required to repay On March 27 the youth and several companions attended the Exhibition Pavilion Where a dance was in progress. The youths had not paid -to enter the dance and were asked by police to leave the premises Nixon responded by cutting loose with a stream of foul language and suggested the po- lice officers make him' leave.' He. was again requested to leave', and according to police Nixon stood snouting obsceni ties at the two officers for five to ten-minutes and referred to toe officers as pigs. He was then placed under ar rest for causing disturbance and while being escorted .from me premises commenced to fight with the poSce. One officer was struck and kicked and the other constable knocked to the ground. While handcuffed, Nixon bit one of the constables in the hand forcing him to seek first aid treatment. This biting incident was the charge on which Nixon was convicted. .On the charge of causing a to the UIC the funds he re- ceived as a result of the false statements. their'' negotiating Timetable Changes For Daylight Time JIM COUSINS Cousins Featured conuniUee, feeling there was no need for a meeting witb council as a whole. Meanwhile negotiations be- tween the city and other em- ployees of other departments continued this week. The" Canadian Union of Pub- ic Employees outside workers are in mediation, following a strike vote April 2. The city offices staff 'of CUPE is in City police and rity, transit workers are in negotiations. Operating engineers are in conciliation and the firemen are going to a board for compul- sory arbitration. Timetable adjustments for the monUK have been amounted by CP Rail in'Al- berta to coincide with daylight time which goe< into effect throughout the of Canada midnight Saturday. Effective Sunday, The Leth- bridge Calgary dayEner will leave Lethbridge daily at 10 a.m. arriving at Calgary at p.m. The southbound day- liner leaves. Calgary at 3 p.m. arriving "in Letbbridge at p.m. The revised schedule pro- vides connections both to an from the eastbound and west- bound CP Rail Canadian at Calgary. OB the new schedule, the Lethbridge-Meditine Hat day- liner leaves Letbbridge at p.m. arriving Medicine Hat at p.m. The" return trip leaves Medicine Hat at a.m. arriving Lethbridge at a.m. Hearing Set Over To May 25 THC FUN CM 1970 VOLKSWAGENS NUCB ROM .IMS t Dr. H.T. A-l.f'295 KAKMAN GHIA K TON CAMPERS RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. trt Si S. RCMP Graduate Edward A. Pesiat, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Stsa Feszat- of J510 29 Ave. S. Lethbridge, re- cently completed recruit train- ing at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police training camp in Begiria. Mr. Pesiat .is presently awaiting confirmation of a post in British Columbia. disturbance the youth was fined and on the assault charge was fined "I feel confident that .this is an isolated incident'as" far as you are Magistrate Arthur. Elford, loH the youth in passing sentence. "But there must be a deter- rent affect and others must realize they cannot do this sort of thing and be treated lightly." LOVE COSMETICS and LAURA SECORD CANDIES GO TOGETHER MUFFIN'S DOWNTOWN You haven't eaten real fisb and chips until you eat Brownie 0 buys you. the finest fisli and chips you Irave etf talen- Mother tram's secret recipe for Grot Britain's National dish k im family favorite. Pedal Pushers Program Off An official of the Lethbridge and District Safety Council has announced that the Pedal Push- er Chib program mil not func- tion due to lack of interest. In previous years this, pro- gram which was organized by the council in co-opera- tion with elementary schools, ran a short course in good safe- ty habits for young bike riders. This year, only one school in- dicated interest in the program. Preliminary hearing in the case of Edward Gordon LJtUe- shieWs, 60, of the Btood Indian Reserve, charged with attempt- ed murder, has been set over until May 23 in Cardston. .Littlesraeids appeared in magistrate'sv court hi Gardston this rooming to face the charge involving a shooting incident in which Frank Manyfingers, 54, also of the reserve received a bullet wound: above the left eye. The crown indicated it is not prepared to proceed further with the case at this time as Mr. Manyfingers is sfill in hos- Jim chairman of the University of Lethbridge history department, will be the .fea- tured speaker at. the U of L Convocation ceremonies Hay 30. Professor Cousins was chos- en in a poD iaken recently among the 1970 U of L graduat- es, who were given the oppor- tunity to select anyone from anywhere in Canada or the United States as their Convoca- tion The students also chose Reg Newkirk as their representative to respond to Prof. Cousin's ad- About 180 students wffl be in- cluded in the U of L's third graduation class 113 receiv- ing bachelor of arts degrees and 67 receiving bachelor of ed- ucation degrees. Honorary doctorates of law, honoris causa, wQl be awarded during Convocation to A. B. Palmer, of Lethbridge, and Mur- ray Adaskin, of Saskatoon, Sast Missing Youth Returns Home Tenants Lined Up Marathon R e a 11 y Company Limited, has announced tht signing of several tenant com- panies that will occupy the Cen- tral Village Mall, now under construction at 13 St. and 2 Ave. N. The following national con- cerns will operate in the null, Bate Shoe Centre, Cunningham Drug Stores Ltd., The Royal Bank of Canada, Peoples1 Cred- it Jewellers and Orange Julius LW. A Lethbridge youth, 14-year- Id Alei Semak, has returned PHARMACY FAGS From O. C STUMS City police said Semak came borne on his own accord. down through the ages. In fact, incient Italian astrologers were were not known. pital recovering wound. LitUesNelds was from the .arrested March 21 following the shooting incident at his home eight miles north of Cardston. 37U 1M A< flum 32MI92 SEIKO World'i lorgesl maker of men's ond ladtn' jewelled lever watches over in 1969. Seiko Watches Art Priced crt W.9S-6S.OO-75.00-79.95 ond 100.00 AND JUST THINK YOU CAN SAVE 25% at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS 427 5th Street S, JS7-Z023 OPEN All DAT SATURDAYS Appointment Gordon A. Haslam, son Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haslam of Lethbridge, has been elected education faculty' representa- tive of the Brandon University senate. This is Hie first year students have been permitted represen- tation on the senate. Mr. Haslam is a second year student at the university, and plans to continue bis education there. Water Turned On Water from the St. Mary River Irrigation District Reser- voir has been released into the main canal, and should be available to water users.of the district by the end of the montfi. The Lethbridge Northern Ir- rigation District announced plans to release water into its main canal today, with water from this source also available by the end of the month. The usual release date in past years has been the first week in May, but numerous requests from water users prompted the earlier release date. How's the Time to apply ELEPHANT BRAND FERTILIZER nvt stock in oil sin bagsl FREE use of a Fertilizer Spreader Available wirii your purchase! CAll HARDWARE 327rS767 HOYT'S DOWNTOWN UTHMIDGE KERIGBtATION LTD. 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