Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Jerry JjlanJ t erry A. E. CROSS For Custom Framing 127-2471 The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, April 27, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 20 RESTAURANT AMD PANCAKE HOUSE FACILITIES Ml 75 PEOPLE TOP DOG Golden Haze Triumph, above, a female Boxer, owned by Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Middleton and Miss. E. W. Matchell oF Calgary was judged best dog in the all- breed championship show at Lethbridge Saturday. Showing the animal is Gloria Gull- acher of Calgary. Right, a purebred Samoysd extends the paw of friendship to show visitors. More than 300 .dogs were entered in the championship event in the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion. There were two shows, one Saturday and one Sunday. Boxer And Setters Top In All-Breed Dog Shows A female Boxer and a male Irish Setter and a. female English Setter wen in the winner's spotlight at the all-breed cton-ptonsbip dog show and obedience trials in Lethbridge during the weekend. The event featured two separate shows, one Saturday and one Sunday. The two shows are held to make it more practical for breeders to bring their dogs from a greater distance. The Boxer, .Golden. Haze Triumph, was judged the best dog in the show Saturday and also the best Canadian bred dog show. She is owned bv Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Middleton and Miss E. Matchell, all of Calgary. The Irish Setter, O'Leppre-chaun Aran Isle, owned by Mrs. C. E. Maimann of Edmonton, was judged best dog in the show Sunday and also captured the best Canadian bred dog award in the Sunday show. The English Setter, just 10-months old, was judged the best Canadian bred puppy in both the Saturday and Sunday shows. She is owned by Miss Marilyn Miller of Moose Jaw, LCC Gra Exercise May 2 is Convocation day for Lethbridge Community College whose 13th annual graduation exercises will s May 2 journalism, second year recreation leadership, all technology programs except the apprenticeship prog rams, aoc Church at p.m. All students in their graduat- ing year will take part in the with those finish- ing two year programs receiv- ing diplomas and finishing one- year programs, certificates. Featured Convention speak- er will be Fred Jorgensen, pres- ident of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Cal- gary, and formerly president of Ryerson Technical Institute. Graduates will come from business administration, secre- tarial science, second year mother i Brown's TAKE HOME FISH PHONE 328-8391 Sask. Her name Lynnvale Whiteflame Duchess. In obedience trials, two am mals entered in the show bv Kathryn J. Marshall of Spinf Lake, Idaho, won the champion- ship both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday, Mar's lil' Skipper- Kay (a male Schipperke) won the obedience trial competition. Sunday, the winner was a min- iature Pinscher in the utility class, Urray Golden Penny 11, T a female! Both Dinners scored 199 points to take "the top plac- ing for t h e i r owner, Kathryn Marshall. More than 300 dogs were en- tered in the shows by about as many exhibitors..One exhibitor was from England. Others came from California, Minneso- ta, Montana, Idaho and Oregon in the United States and from Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. The'event was sponsored by the Lethbridge and District Kennel Chib. The club has School Boards In Two Cities Form Association By JDf WILSON HtraU KttetOtm Writer The for- school boards Lethbridge' and Medicine Hat ence and professional develop- ment leave allotiacnt. A new clause proposed would provide for sabbatkal leave for Last Ditch Stand' Sought 8y Electrical Workers Greetings from the LCC board of governors will be giv- en by Vic Stapteton, an LCC student who was appointed stu- dent representative to the board under the new Colleges' Act It will be the first time a student has represented the board at Convocation cere- General awards and scholar- and major school awartts will be Convocat i o n during the ceremonies, in- chiding the student coun- cil scholarship and the college board scholarship. Entertainment will be provid ed by the local singing group, A Tear and a Smile. The graduation banquet be held in the evening, at the LCC gymnasium, with the Mint Juleps playing for the dance to follow. sponsored the shows annually for the past seven years. These were shows No. 13 and 14. The event, held under Canadian Kennel dub rules, took place in the Lethbridge Exhibition Pa- vilion. Show chairman was Nick Al- yau, president of the Lethbridge and District Kennel Club. Show superintendent was Dr. J. A Long of Lethbridge. Mrs. J. Karen Carney was show secre- tary. Obedience chairman was Hugh' Reid and the chief ring steward, Steve Wild. Veterinar- ian was Dr. J. C. Carney. Judges included Mrs. Jean Fletcher, South Burnaby, B.C., W. D. Nixon, Winnipeg; Mrs. Janet Thomas, WoodumDe, Washington, and Harry Thomas of Woodinville. SELF MEDICATION IS A POTENTIAL DANGER Even phynciom are far from agreement ebout me prattke of MH-medkatien. H everyone to tnetr doctott o> every sign ef illnew it would be for me medical profenlon to handle the debae of potienh thai would dexend upon hSem. The more ttrmnly ill would wffer for there wovkf net be enovfh of me time need- ed for them, lut, Mlt-medication mint be carried evt wiwly. One (ood rvle ii if certain tymftomt keep retvmirnl, H h time to twve doctor .find me cavte. When we notke e nntomer ti often portkular remeeV we doctor. Sunday Fire At News Depot The LelhbrHge fire depart- ment was called out at 2 Sunday to extinguish a fire a Lethbridge Bottling and Gener- al News Co. Ltd. Fire department o f f i c i als said stock was heavily dam aged by smoke and water bu there was litle structural dam age. The fire was contained in the news department. PRESCRIPTION SEKVKI Wheekhoin Health tupeorti end elettk itockinffc DRAFFIN'S DRUG STORE DOWNTOWN ROD DISPENSARY GEOROE 351-413} IETHMIDCE REFRIGERATION LTD., REFRIdfcATION one! AIR commoNMO setvta Pttooe 321-4333 Army, Nary and Air. Force Veteran-Unit 34 BINGO M TM dUMOOMS Tmday, April 28 JACKfOT WocW hi 50 Net. rof Their Representatives of the Inter-, national Brotherhood of Elec- rical Workers union, represent- ing 28 city employed electrical were to be in the city city this afternoon "to make a ast ditch stand to arrive at a contract) settlement." Last week city council de- lined the request of the IBEW or a meeting with council as was felt "all avenues have 5een discussed with those ap- Muited to carry, out the nego- iations on behalf of the ity E. H. (Ted) -Stark, business manager for the union, told The Herald in an interview this morning that he and other union negotiators would be at city hall at 2 p.m. for a meeting with the city's elected rtpresen- a lives. Mr. S.ark said he had receiv ed a copy of council's resolution which was made the day after llr. Stark requested the "last ditch" meeting. The city manager and mayor said this morning the union representatives would be meet ing with themselves. Mayor Andy Anderson said [here will be no special meeting tif council called to discuss matters with the union. "We lave complete confidence ir our negotiating committev anc will be sticking by our resolu- Lion of last Thursday." City Manager Tom Ferguson said he thought he and the utilities director were suppose to have seme sort of meeting with the mediator in the con tract dispute this morning, bu since the personnel officer am city solicitor were in Calgary he did not know whether the meeting would come off or really what it was even suppos- ed to be about. The electrical workers re- cently voted 100 per cent in favor of strike action if further negotiations failed to result in a salisfadory contract. Further negotiations, to thi point, have failed to result in a contract. A strike can be launched tw days after the city is notifiei by the union. Jlr. Ferguson said that if the ectrica! workers go on strike le city is prepared. Prelim- lary studies nave been con- ucted, he said, and if the leclrical workers or the 115 nil time outside workers, or olh, go on strike, "the city is repared." The. outside workers, repre- sented by the Canadian Union f Public Employees, also has oled in favor of strike action. The electric department su- ervisory staff can look after ie necessary work involved if le electrical workers go on trike, Mr. Ferguson said. All leclrical extension work would lave to stop but the super- isory staff could carry on with louse connections and some ther work. Independent con- tractors would be able to look after other Hems such as street ights and lamp posts knocked down. "If the outside workers de- cide to strike we have 48 hours implement the program which has been set up. Resi- tents wn'ild be advised to put their garbage in plastic bags and, if possible, lake them to :ttff HACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. HACK DENTAL LAB MtDICAl DFNTAl MM. Eveninjjfcy Aepei FIIOM ni-ttn he dump which would be su- pervised. "A contractor, with a backhoe would be retained for grave digging work. Several other arrangements will1 be made within the 48 hours." Al city hall union staff would continue to work. An outside worker has sug- gested 'the union would not likely strike 100'casual outside workers had been laid off. The city hires a consider- able number of students for the summer who probably'wouldn't have formed an employers' as- sociation under terms' of the Alberta Labor Act and the new School Act to carry out activ- ities including collective bar- gaining with teachers the first such group in the province. The public and separate school boards in the two cities will spend about million among then this year million for teachers' salaries. The group will be known as the Lethbridge Medicine Hat City School Authorities Associ- ation, and school boards belong- ing to it will be formally ask- ed at their next meetings to rat- ify membership and assign bar- gaining rights to it. John Boras, a Lethbridge sep- arate school trustee was elect- ed president of the association; Dr. D. B. Gray, of Medicine Hat '.ras elected vice presi- dent .and N. L. Reilander, sec- retary treasurer uf the Leth- bridge separate school board, was appointed LMHCSAA sec- retary. Principle headquarters of the association will be in Leth- bridge. In the past, the Lethbridge public" and separate school boards have joined in collec- tive bargaining with the Leth- bridge local of the Alberta Teacher s' Association, and teachers in both districts be- long to the same local In Medicine Hat, both boards have bargained separately, and the ATA has two indepen- dent locals. The Lelhhridge ATA local re- cently approved its first con- tract 'proposal for 1970-1S71, in a meeting of about 330 teachers, and has -written to the public and separate school boards to nform them they are ready to start negotiations. ATA representatives to nego- iiation meetings would be Jim Tfebble, as chairman, with Bruce Steed, Doug Poile, E. J. Eisler, Cliff Bogdan and Jack Olson as committee members. Their proposal includes revi- sions in salary agreements, in- creased pay for units of educa- tion and years of experience, the administrative allowance for teacher administrators, travel purposes related rational training and related to edu- experi- ence. If as is anticipated the city school boards approve membership in the new em- ployers' association, the Leth- bridge ATA local's proposals would be referred to the LMHCSAA for action. Local teachers have had lit- tle time to evaluate the school boards' new association, .but lend to be unhappy about it. ATA provincial policy is to fight formation of any groups designed for widespread collective bargaining. The Alberta School Trustees' Association, to which all school boards belong, favors collective bargaining by employers' asso- ciations. Referendums May 14 Tho Blood bund council mil review two important referen- duins May 14 regarding the working of the reserve govern- ment. A possible change in the elec- tive system for the council mil highlight the meeting. Ed Fox, band manager, said there is some push for longer terms for all councillors as well as the chief. The possibility of allowing non-1 n d i a n people grazing leases will also be discussed. Non-Indians now can farm serve land but can't use it for grazing. .substitute teacher pay and pol- icies, payments for extra-cur- ricular activities, system of evaluation of teacher education, vocational training allowance for vocational teachers' experi- Wntminiter Shopping Centre 13th St. N. Phone 32S-7I33 Ntw Phone Number for Doctors and Prescriptions only FOR REE DELIVERY Prescription Service Excluslvt North lethbridoe Revton Dealer HOURS: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Sunday and Holidays mind the extra work. In other -union business the city's unionized office staff is going into conciliation proceed- ings; the powerhouse union is in conciliation; firefighters are going to a five man arbitra- tion board; the transit union is to meet the city's negotiating committee Tuesday morning; and the police are to meet the negotiating committee Thurs- day. OUTPATIENTS Earnings from outpatients during the first three months of 1970 at the Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital were CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building RETURNS ON '70'SERIES FIBRE GLASS BELTED TIRES SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVt: A MUmH FOR MOST CARS nil mSTAllATION 10 MINim INSTALLATION ItFFTIME CUAtANTEID MUFFlfRS FRK mSKCTION AND ESTIMATES All AT 1NVJTE UFFLER 32M1J4 I 70X14 4 Ply k tni mt PAIR FOR ONIY 57.90 .01 ,11 57 Wear ef 4 Ply Tire. lifetime Guarantee LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1902 Phone 327-3SM "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL"