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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thurtdajr, December 12, 1974 No night jobs CALGARY (CP) The Alberta government has prohibited graveyard shift employment of minors in ser- vice stations and all night stores in the wake of three murders of teenage employees of all night businesses this year. The new regulation replaces one which allowed minors to work under the direct supervi- sion of an adult and totally prohibits the employment of minors between the hours of midnight and 6 a.m. Persons under 18 years old will only be allowed to work the 9 p.m. to midnight shift if they are under the supervision ot an adult. Minors will still be allowed to work in less dangerous oc- cupations such as hospitals, refinieries, factories, and nursing homes. Although allowed to work overnight shifts, minors will require written consent from their parents or guardian. VAN'S Pre-Christmas Color Sale Model CTG 560 20" accucolor super-90 portable television Walnut dimensia Kings finish Charcoal Brown trim Black Matrix picture tube Volt 94% solid state chassis Accumatic 4 automatic reg- ulation of brightness, contrast, color tint solid state rotary tuning 4" round speaker PART I: 1-Grain; 2-a, 3-Dr. Christian Barnard; 4-lrish Republican Army; 5-a Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ------------------------ PART II: PART III: PICTURE QUIZ: Agriculture 1-3; 2-a; 3-b, 1-c; 2-a; Minister 4-c, 5-d s-e; 4-b; 5-d Eugene Whelan VANS TV SALES SERVICE 1236-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 Priddis land order invalidated CALGARY (CP) An ex- propriation order against 80 acres of a Priddis farm was invalidated yesterday by Mr. Justice Hugh John MacDonald of the Alberta Supreme Court. The bylaw ordering ex- propriation of the land for a road allowance was enacted by the Municipal District of Foothills Jan. against farmland owned by Cedric Hopper. The road would have wound across the farm land to provide road access to a neighboring farm which did not have direct road access. The expropriation order was issued after Mr. Hopper closed an access road through his property in 1971, even though he had allowed the neighbor to use a temporary road connecting to the farm for 25 years. Mr. Hopper said after the court decision that he would allow the neighbor to use the temporary road until next spring. He said he will ask the municipal district to build a road along the existing road allowance at the edge of his 80 acres. Mr. Justice MacDonald overturned the bylaw on the grounds that Mr. Hopper had not been given proper notification of the expropria- tion order. The farmer was in Hong Kong when the order was issued and a letter advis- ing him of the order did not reach him until the day the bylaw was being approved. jqyeux noel Happy new year ff Resources 'must be controlled9 EDMONTON (CP) Alberta's lieutenant gover- nor warned Wednesday against complacency in- the handling of the province's abundant natural resources. "There's a danger Alber- tans will become complacent, as if in some way these resources will be Ralph Steinhauer told the Ed- monton Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Steinhauer, Canada's first Indian lieutenant gover- nor, added that "at one time we native people felt the same way about the buffalo." "If we don't carefully control what we have today, we won't have much for tomorrow. "Don't leave everything to governments we depend on those involved daily in dealing with issues to work towards he said. The lieutenant governor, who described himself as "a common guy who came in from the said the business community should look to native communities as sources of manpower for fac- tories and industries. Three abstain EDMONTON (CP) Three members of city council had to abstain from voting on a motion concerning a review of rent increases in the city. Mayor William Hawrelak, Aid Bob Matheson and Aid Olivia Butti abstained on the advice of city solicitor Harry Wilson because they are all landlords. Sears A -i i where Christmas ideas begin The S.C. M. Coronomatic electric typewriter lets you change ribbons in just three seconds. S.C.M. cartridge- load portable 29Q98 It's the neatest portable electric you'd ever hope to buy Looks great Works wonderfully Made by S C.M. with a totally new cartridge ribbon system. You can change the ribbon in just 3 seconds. No fuss. No mess What a machine! Uses fabric or carbon film ribbons. Features 12" power return carriage, copy-set dial, repeat keys, key set tab. Carry case included Charge it on your All Purp Account Enjoy it now' Use your All Purpose Account At Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee Satisfaction or money refunded. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Store Hours: Open Daily a.m. to p.m. until Christmas Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 Christmas card The prime minister's Christmas card pictures the Trudeau family on a hike in the area of Banff, during a trip west in early September. The photo- graph was taken by Simon Hoyle of Banff and the message is signed Pierre, Magaret, Justin and Sacha Trudeau. Christmas Cookies Margo Oliver's rcc ipes in Weekend Magazine this Saturday for good things to bake for Christmas To name but three- Fruit Drop Cookies, Almond-Filled Cookies, Chocolate Snowballs, M-m-m The Uthbridgc Herald Give someone a chance to become the Western's second quarter it'll only cost you Plus, we will send your gift ticket in a special envelope to the you choose Here's what they could win: FIRST PRIZE ?000 SECOND PRIZE THIRD S 5 FOURTH PRIZES, EACH OC fiflfl PLUS 1900 PRIZES. MORE THAN IN TOTAL PRIZES Here's where you can buy gift tickets: 1. At all Alberta Treasury Branches. 2. From the members of participating Church and Service ciubs. 3. At most retail outlets. 4. At most Credit Unions. Or clip and mall this coupon: GIFT TICKET ORDER FORM Please send a ticket to i I Name Address Province My name Use my I I "I Use this name I Mail your remittance and this coupon to: WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY FOUNDATION PO NO OF TICKETS PER TICKET REQUIRED LH CAUMflr. M.MNTA AMOUNT ENCLOSED "I CHEQUE J MONEY ORDER ;