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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LAS VEGAS 5 days 4 ell inclusivt tour. Ntxt departure 17th. Ptr For booking end further information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 The letKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, December PAGES 13 TO 28 LETHMIDGE OmCE RJRNITURf LTD. Lewtr 7th Sbvppinf Moll AibMta (403) 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SALES Subtle prejudice under close eye of commission By EON CALDWEXL Herald Staff Writer i there is no real basis for las fears, fee problem can be TV i gated by toe Etcaan Eight, Tee commission vdll replace fcj. j Headers, cirector of foolish to tgke the proviBcial cursan ngms he said. i it Is .not yet woven into the i opsnap 7nH no longer g ABerta. j The of advertise- "tt does eristm soafl tad able factor as a for a job, Trill also be questioned since they have a denrsSe corsOvatkcL ilr. HsEders said the re than they have in the past. Toe new legislation, cc old regulations and also i brings oew jnrisoictiOBS under i the of tbe corarsims- 5 skeL Complaints cascerning! wages, fringe benefits and Public school board denies support... By BON CALDWELL Herald Staff Writer Sesaiae Street coatro- versy to rage in Leta- bndge. Tbe latest chapter ia the saga -written during the Tuesday mgM meeting of tbe public school board Tffcea representa- tives of tbe Committee to Save Sesame Street asked for tbe board's ofScisl endorsement of their efforts. de program, -vras dropped this fall by CJOC-T7 in Lets- bridge doe to "economic rea- ?not iaopresesd-wife ibe ezplana-1 The coEraifee spokesman j tian of tbe statioa management j c 1 a i m e d Selkirk for tearing tie program off tie i -which CJOC and CFAC in jair. 1 Calgary, showed 2 profit of 64 j Trustee Seg i Tvould not support preschool child Trustee Al Mont said he Dr. Doug HcPberaoa, board iazabastsd the sta- tion insBSgenient for dropping the program, "It tae ooly decent pro- gram for children test ex- isted oa television, he said. "I can't understand the TO- mitjgated gal! of someone here tgfctpg the urogrsm off tbe sir for a fevr sfinfeing bucks." Dr. McPbersoa said he -was be ghied to letevi- completely ia support of the i program Trustee Dorothy imer asked Alber- sbtwH be before the board sop- pnd woo? "We secisioc -Tern? znore is known shout its i !if' i total irnpact on social deveiop- I A spokesman for tbe ccznsm- j jSjQaj_ speech and behaviour 5 I tee noieci isa. iraue vae j patterns..'' she saicL pas not camei tae program. E i rrjesiias I a oroaacast on eaticational the board should i channels in Great Britain and ggggjaSv involve ia the I is shown in a total of 50 differ- j eat ccrucirifis. Trustee Carl Johnson ques- It -R-SS also noted that Sesame taoaec -siiether the hoard is in a I Street takes one hour to watch jposi-iOTi "to interfere leaves cail'iren "13 another coaictESb- senice." hours ia the day." j The board then -went into The economic arginpents I closed session and decided it bv the station I cooid not becccie irrvorred ia also subject to criticism during the issue because ir k the ineedng. j a private rn.atter. but separate board endorses Sesame St. fight cited as exampje of a i of labor or Hie Board of In-; garbage can -was loeat- i dastrial Eefetions, vrill a o ed Bosness Park in cosje cader the jurisdiction of i Calgary. The can designed tie new comnjisson. i to look Se an Indian j -j a %zt TO vrfU i fee nooSa being the opermg of; the; tae garbage CSL _ jfytare wten thev become sore i crate schcci division since 1956, retires ct the ersc cf this month with this picture cs'a Tbe sign read. Tou feetEGa aware is availaSle to By GREG McINTYEE Herald Staff Writer WOTOGRAWilC TMBUTE Sob Kimmitr, 67, superintendent cf the Lethbridge sep- said Mr. citt from the school principals' cssociation to be hung or? the wcil ct the board office. 5 ot 13 In c rurci schcci "just ccfcn my brecth." Ervin photo ine gsrfasge. me gettum s jii. iiciutjcij. s An iaddat Hke feis is bkt-L Gnlv about seven per cent of! KimiTtt' ot l3 n c in 1930, am racial dnjcren CJOOTV dropped the pro-; he doesn't tmnV it's an impor- I rural areas 2nd from. lower ia- tant matter." come families In a prepared statement, the Separate school board chair- i said the CBC and the man John Boras commended i CRTC have qnestioned i5r. local groin) for bringing the 1 Brown's argnment that CJOC case to reten Sesame Street; cannot afford to show the pro- bef ore the pubic, saying it was i gram. an example of democracy in ac- i taxpayers we feel all Ca- tion. Hadrians have the right to see After-hours dumping clinic easts. 1 three full time workers and visit the cScic on imrxse a res- after garbage is not cov- tridirei on tbe amcwat of re- private haulers can dump Technldcn f arid Xec-crsen. SONY UOYDS DUAL NORESCO BUCK, J CtrfiKed Dental BLACK DENTAL IAE MHXCAL DENTAL RUX-. Level PHOHt 327-2322 Caretaker honored purpose tbe clisic is to reach yoong people i at tbe sanitarv between the ages ojf 32-25 m after 5 begiiming imme- rsea or csrth control counsel- diatelv. and lays eroosed to iae 1J122. Tee project is being fonoed 1 "Mb mare tban T CUDIC fine is tae f esC9edillg vot _ restnctiOTis aSer o be IF SHE'S A REAL WOMAN I GIVE HER FURS And if you're trie kind of likes professions! S? guidance end integrity, you'll go to Ccnodion Furriers. j? That's where you'll ofso find the most beautiful in the world. OPEN THURS. AND Rf. TIU 9 PJWI. CANADIAN FURRIERS >f S J? K X PARAMOUNT THEATRE HOG. "fN A TRADITION OF QUALITY" 4th AVE. S. at the scfeool for 38 years. j son ccssrneaded Ssdia for j S oe Eeg Turser. forrssr pdrsdr j "splendid service to tbe j St S. "trict" Eeita Myers, head caretaker Wesfaninster SebooL has been named to succeed be assess-! are put os las smooa: 1 of refuse Tsmicii cas be dumped. engin- 542 Tta; denartrrieit said tbe ART DIETRICH DENTURE CUN1C MECHANIC Schwartz Bidg. 222 5th SL S. Phone 32S-4095 Perfect Gift ct c Spedol Lew Pricel GLO HILL 3-PIECE SALAD SERVER SET GIFT BOXED Regular 5.50 QQ CHRISTMAS SPECIAL...... -Mi SAVE UP TO 30% OFF! GLO HILL TABLEWARE BARWARE HOLLOWARE Cofl China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS WREATH or DOOR SPRAY AND FRESH GREENS Pine, Holfy, MisHtfot, jackpint ond Conct. RED BOWS EACH 500 JM, Shop arquis Shop Marqvii Hotel lldg. 327-151S j rale wffl be erf orced because: Mr. Ham per (deadline Friday Friday is tbe deadline for submission of names to tbe Lethbridge Salvation Army for persoos wanting to receive- a Christmas hamper of food. Tbe Salvation Army is the clearing house for napes of persons applying for the food hampers. Tbe hampers -sill he deliver- ed to persons Dec, 12 to Dec. 23. Food for the hampers is pro- vided by individuals who drop by the Salvation Army church, by Lethbridge churches through the White Gift Sunday donations aad the purchase by the Army through collections received ia tbe street kettles. Other forms of wintei relief for needy families oe pro- vided with the funds received in the kettles, now oa Lttb-j bridge streets. i Lovely STRIP SANDAL SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, December 14th SALE STARTS tM. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE 3-vray combination TV-Stereo-Radio; Apt. size of dra-wers and vanity dresser and stool: Like nev, Gibson 2-dr. fridge (Avocado Burfet-Chisa cabinet: 6 complete beds; Westicghouse portable TV: Orrome table ana 6 chairs: Cokmaa S05000 BTU gas heater fan and controls; Pevr; Selection of stoves, gas and elec- tric: Wringer 9x12' rug. British India: Rubber tired -wheel barrow; Pressure pump: 40 gal. glass lined pressure task: Basin; 3 cafe tables: 8 chairs; Cooler case; Warming table; Pots and pans: Dog hoosei B D electric drill; Imitation Cnistmas fireplace; Beautiful coffee table and matching end table with inlaid leather Manv More Items Too Nnmeroos To Mention. SPECIALS Good Fteetwood color TV (beantifnl cabbet) 19" Viking Color TV 1959 Chevrolet I960 Volkswagen Panel FOt FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: KURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONf 32M705 T920 2nd AVL S. IFTHSRiDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWIY KEITH ERDMANN lit 41 Uc 451 Win by EMPRESS ii take you through iiie festive season In corn- ond styJe. Black Kid, Red or Eicck Kid under glass. The Latest Ragt :n Snewfooets JEAN BOOT fa Burn! Orcngs 3 Tc-e Srown, with 700% borg iinir.g. by JOYCE In Krrnfefe. Ncvy, Red er Blcck. New shipment jyst crrived. AH sizes cvcii- cbte. HI CUT FASHION WINTER BOOTS II" to 15" high In er CAMM'S 403 -5th St. S. SHOES ;