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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now (or our Next Hockey Weekend Jan. 28, 29 and 30th. Limited Space Available........... .00 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, December 7, 1971 PAGES 11 TO 22 ll'i a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Orders) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Decision Dec. 13 Central School grounds a new library site? reach trustees agreement By RICHARD BURKE Slaff Writer The city plans to build a new library next year but city coun- cil cannot decide where it Should be located. A recommendation to coun-. cit that the building bp put up on the Central School property was tabled Monday for one week, to be discussed at that time in closed session. Reconsideration has been given to the Central School site since a Sept. 2fl council resolution was passed stating that the library board should not feel locked into the pre- viously designated city hall an- nex site. The library board has reaf- firmed the Central School prop- erty as its first choice for the library. The recommendation put be- fore council by City Manager Tom Nutting included closing of 5th Ave. between 8th and 9th St. S. This would serve to integrate the library with the Bowman Arts Centre, providing large open space area for ac- tive and passive use" between the two buildings. George Watson, representing Robins Mitchell Watson archi- tects, told council he is in favor of closing 5th Ave. He said it would make more exciting possibility" for development of an arts com- plex centred around the Bo man centre and the library. The entire recommendation met with mixed r e a c t ion around the council table. Although there was little op- position to the idea that the Central School property is the best site for the library, Alder- men Vaughan Hembroff and Cam Barnes were not convinc- ed the land can't be developed commercially. Aid. Vera Ferguson favors the Central School site as part of the Civic Centre complc'. Aid. Steve Kotch favors the City Hall Annex sile. The architects have request- ed a site be chosen before they begin plans for the building. Gty bus service extended temporarily by one hour The existing bus service has been temporarily extended by one hour until the 1972 budget has been approved. City council took the action Monday in response to a num- ber of complaints that the Hospitals officers named The southern Alberta region- al conference of the Alberta Hospital Association elected its 1972 executive at a Lethbridge meeting. Its new president is Thomas Addy, of Tabcr, replacing out- going president Doug Schindel- er of Lethbridge. W. H. Tonkin, of Picture Butte, is first vice- president; J. L. Hoyt of Card- Eton, second vice-president; end Leo Hill of Medicine Hat was elected secretary-trea- buses stopped their runs too early. The last buses leave the downtown area at about p.m. The time extension will pro- vide for buses leaving down- town until approximately p.m., and is expected to be in effect Thursday. During budget discussions, council will consider a perma- nent restricted extension with at least one bus for both the north and south side leaving downtown not later than p.m. U of L slows down Student activity at the Uni- versity of Lelhbridge has slight- ly subsided as students are pre- paring to write then- final ex- ams for the first semester, Ken Runge, student society presi- dent said. U of L students start writing their finals on Dec. 13. LUTEFISH AVAILABLE AGAIN STAR MARKET 401 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-4393 Make McCREADY-BAINES your headquarters for fine gift wrap supplies from COUTTS HALLMARK 0 Giff Wrap in flat packets or rolls, Ribbons and Bows, Tags and Cords. All are available in a rainbow of colors, designed by Courts Hallmark to com- pliment your Christmas Decorations. McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. cHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 By RON CALDWELL Staff Writer An llth hour settlement was reached in Lethbridge early Tuesday morning, thus avert- ing a threatened strike by 900 teachers in the cities of Lelh- bridge and Medicine Hal. The surprise agreement came after 8Vz hours of ne- gotiations between the four- man school board negotiating committee- and the Alberta Teachers' Association. Details of the agreement have not been released, ing ratification by teachers and school boards. Teachers will vote on the agreement Wednes- day while no date has been set for the school board vote. When the meeting began at 8 p.m. Monday, there were six main items still the consultation clause, salary grid, pro rata payments for partial extra training, appoint- ment of vice-prinapals, con- tributions to Alberta Health Care and Blue Cross and extra-curricular activities. These issues have apparent- ly been agreed upon, but which side made what concessions will net be revealed until both sides have had a chance to ratify the agreement. Ratification is expected to he a formality, but if either side should reject the agreement, a strike could still occur. Teachers lost week voted 8-1 per cent in favor of slrike ac- tion when talks bogged A total of students in the two cities would have been affected by a teacher strike. Livestock show is under way NEW DEVELOPMENT A PIPE DREAM An under- ground system of pipes for all ulility services will leave the West Lethbridge development relatively free of over- head power and telephone lines and the poles to hold them up. The Alberta Government Telephone lines above are an extension of the existing conduit system across the river providing the main feed into the residential area. Cable facilities will be ready early in the new year. WE HAVE MOVED ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 222- St. S. SCHWARTZ BLDG. 328-4095 Henderson By RIG SWIIIART Slaff Writer Three central Alberta and one S a s katchewan breeder copped the major trophies in the swine competition at the first Rocky Mountain Livestock S'now and Sale Monday. A. Matejka and Sons of Po- noka took the supreme cham- pion boar class with a York- shire hog, after taking the grand champion ribbon in the class with the same animal. Knute Berg of Camrose the reserve Yorkshire award. j Emerald Stock Farms of Bal- carres, Sask. took the grand champion ribbon in the Land- race, Lacombe class with Jor- gen Larson of TiUey taking re- serve champion. Mr. Berg won grand cham- pion colors for the best boar of other breeds entered. R. J. Rock and Sons of Drumheller took reserve champion. Mr. Berg received the su- preme champion trophy for the sow class after taking the grand and reserve champion- ship in the other breeds class. In the Yorkshire sow class, Mr. Matejka copped top honors with H. Van Wert of Olds tak- ing reserve champion. In the Landrace, Lacombe sow class, Mr. Matejka again came out on top with Emerald Stock Farm winning reserve champion. There were 99 animals enter- ed in 18 classifications and five special classes. The only en- tries to crack the big-five mo- nopoly on the winners circle were Blue Spruce Stock Farm of Duchess and J. W. Hutchin- son and Sons of Warner. Mr. Hutehinson took home three second place ribbons and two third place ribbons in the Yorkshire class. Blue Spruce Stock Farm, took two firsts, a second and a third place ribbon, also in the York- shire class. The rest belonged to Mr. Berg, Mr. Van Mr. Matejka, Mr. Larson, Mr. Rock and Emerald Stock Farms. Judge for the show was R. N. Ralph of Stavely and ring su- ice open perintcndent was George .Taro- kosky. On the financial side, the major winners look the lion's share of the prize money. Mr. Berg won about Mr. Ma- tejka S525, Mr. Larson Emerald Stock Farms and Mr. Van Wert Tile prize money for tiiis show is divided evenly between the Exhibition Board and the Canada department of agricul- ture, including sheep and cat- lie. It is the first time in Canada the department has agreed to pay hah" the prize money for a winter stock show. Bus turns ambulance Quick action by a local tran- sit system bus driver helped save the life of an elderly wo- man. Gordon Miller, driving thu bus on Route 1 picked up the woman and her dog at 20th St. and nth Ave. S. Shortly there- after, he heard her speak, heard a thud and turned around to see the woman had fallen out of her scat. He drove immediately to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital nearby where the woman was treated for a heart attack and responded. The doctor in attendance at- tributed the woman's recovery to Mr. Miller's action- LEROY'S PLUMBING AND GASFITTING LEROY ERLENDSON 99c Strike, averted? Buffalo jump fund support sought The Alberta Historical Soci- ety launched an appeal for pub- lic support to protect from fur- Ihcr vandalism ihe sile of the Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump, west of Furl Maclcod. The jump, located on the Old- man Hiver, is important to Al- berta because of the buried campsites around the b a sc which exiwts feel harbor a vast collection of artifacts. .lames Parker, president of the socicly. said the current rate of destruction will leave the jump worthless, historical- ly, in five years. He called for all interested people to write letters in sup- port of the appeal for the soci- historical society cty to present to government to ensure adequate, legislation and its enforcement. Loiters should be sent to Post Office Box 4035, Station C, Calgary. UNUSUAL SIGHT QUEBEC (CP) Pedestrians going about their daily shipping got somewhat of a shock here recently when a troop of ele- phants ambled down a usually suiet city street. The shoppers were unaware a circus was in town. Dec. 12 Convenient! Practical! Ideal! Tno Henderson Lake Ice Fa- KSictcigtK'PCiSVj js scheduled (o opened Dec. 12. City council Monday set Dec. 18 at p.m. as the date for (hc official opening. Also scheduled in connection with the official opening is a minor hockey game in the morning, figure skating and minor hockey exhibitions in the afternoon followed by Ihree hours of free public skating. That evening, an Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League game be- tween the Lelhbridge Sugar Kings and Edmonton Maple is scheduled for the new facility. Available in any amount at Restaurant or Tako Homo Stores GREAT CHRISTMAS OIFTSI Wo Invite Your Inquiricsl For Further Inl. ;icn Pliono Our Ollico 328-7756 MUI.TI-UNGUAI, WINNIPEG (CP) The school broadcast branch of the Manitoba department of youth and cducalior. may soon become ,1 four-language operation with the inlrorhiclion of lexlhook tape rccoi-dings in Ukrainian. The department currently broad- casts daily in English, French and German. THE ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY CADETS 'The First Step Towards A Man's World" If you are 13 years to 18 years of flgc, iho following are activities you can participate in as an Army Cadet. (1) Rifle shooting every Saturday (R.C.M.P.) Range (2) Weekly pnrade-Thursdays-Kenyon Field Armories p.m. Transportation provided (3) December 11 ond 12-Cltizenship tour of Cnlgary (4) December 27-3I-Junior N.C.O. Course. (5) February 5, 1972-Cadct Hockey Gamo (6) February tour to Edmonton SUMMER CAMPS CHURCHILL MANITOBA -2 week Jr. Cadet Leader Course VERNON B.C. -2 week Jr. Cadot Leader Course week Cadet Leader Course week Cadet Leader Instruction BANFF ALTA. -6 week Master Cadet Camp CARIBBEAN EXCHANGE -6 weeks Master Cadets To be eligible for summer camps you musl [oin before Jan. 31 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Lt. D. BODELl Phone 327-0609 Cadet R. S. M. MATHESON Phono 328-5218 CADET SOT. GURR Phono 327-5051 AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlfon Hill Ltd CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 1262 2nd Ave. 5. Phono 320.3388 Regulation Size 5' x 9' Standard plywood base Ready to assemble Painted top ;