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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SOUTHERN ALBERTA GOLFERS HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY co-hoifo----Arl Williami end Moe Walen, Pio. Departing Calgory Jan. 23 Return Feb. 6, 1973 For bqolcingi and inlormolion cor.tath ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CEN1RE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The Lcthbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Alberta, Ucteinber 2'J. KACES 17 to 32 LFTHERIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. lower Level 7lh Sine) Shopping Wall leDibrirfge, Alberta Phone (403) 32J-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Janitors, schools split on wages By GREG McINTYIlK Heralil Stall Writer Janitors In Lcthbri'Jgc area trhooTs have been a seven per tent pay increase in according to school au- tixjrities. Ilov-ever, the Canadian Union of Public Employees which; represents Ln the 10 schools in Lbe Cour.ty of I-eth- fcridge has demanded a 10 per raise iri psy. Talks resume Jar.. 3 a1. 10 a.m. in the countv on 13th St. S. The is also involved separate rx-gutiatiorj; CUPE for a eo.r.rEc'. for its Reporting '.o the county's s-'hool committee on ir, jcj-Jtors Jiob asslv-sr.t man- ager, said school authorities oper.e'I v.itri a ,X2 pe- cent V.SEO This btnourt to a yea.- or a !5-cc.-.t per hour in- cres.vj for the coufl'.v's 15 care- ts k'.-rs, he said. CL'PE repre.yen'.atives reject- c-'l the offer, saying that aver- j age wage settlements through- out fyjir'-hern AJberta were in the seven to 10 per cent per year range, said Mr. Grant. Tne school committee then of- fered seven per cent which would mean a 1375 per year in- crease or K cents an hour, he said. The union, hov-ever, was rM prepared to go about 10 per cent, which would mean an! increase of or 25 centA an hour, said the assistant man- ager, j The county school 1 decided Tuesday Lo leave JLs! negotiating committee with a free harri in deslir.g with; CUPfi, rather than suggest i guidelines. Also at ii the hourly PEY for about six women who part time helping the; Cerelazeni clean up the schools. The corr-miase has offei-ed' per rvyjr, while CLTPE has aiked said Mr. Grant. i fMorL- toujity schools stories on page 1SJ, City man missing City police are seeking ir.for- rr.a'.ior. abo'jt a Ixr'.b- brtdg': man vvr.o has heen jyjs-i- Lec. li. in'.o bora rimmed cerned abou'. the impiica'JoTiS the have be proven wrwig." he Esiid. "In fact. I will puVdoly :nv enor if f am incor- Decision upheld present tourist i.idustrv T JL 11 generate arm-. S12 rmilicn a llffl TiPY I S vear, and that's a conservative L" estimate." said Mr. Smith. of the objectives Boo rni for tourism. could bt or trip- ij'j: I er that v-'iD ever under this new Mr, SmJLh said there art roa- yjr faults in I he nt-v p-an, Firstly f i under: mines local Eutorxjmy hy au- Uiority fji. Iv.a! Eroupi. Socondly, '.rft jf-opoi'rf re- v.rJch ffcc-t Jan. J. will hsvfi from Ciryi o! '.hr: gets -Jdua] c5Ji bs char.s Police say Mr. Kiss fc'. Eeeri r.aar his apirtmer.t at 324 Ave. S. 03 the rooming o! He apparently I'-'.'- KL? as L' he v.ert yj rf.uzTi.'1 a official. Mr. Kiss is bt- 1-? v.rh a slim h'lild ar.d srty- i.-.? hair. V.'hen list seer: he v. ear- ing a dark dar-: .Anplo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5lh Slreel Soulh Phone 328-6661 for April to the 3rd i Studies Projects Fair, to be held at the Wilson Junior High School April 7 and 3, are schools in Albena. SurjmL-.iioriS may be in any form and the only loose guide- j line for subject-matter is the i broad spectrum of social sci- ences, says Bessie Anoand, a School for the fair. The fair is sporiSored by the Studies, affiljoted v.iLh Alberta Teachers Associa- IT'S STARTING AGAIN A dead deer at ihe sids of the ii not on unus'jol lighl, espeticliy in 1he vicinity of Highway 3 ViOjs! in the river valley. The carcass pic- t-jred ipoltEd by loco] phologropher Nells Klcppeiborg evening, about the- rivc-r bridge and ihc- Picture lu.-n cff. At thii iime lait deer killed in the sarre area a week's tirr.e. City eo-jsc-il Tuesday voted to sycfc irith an earlier decision 10 rjegotiate alorve with Cslgary Power Ltd. OD the proposed second letter from the Al- berta Urban Municipalities As- sociation the ci'.y's panicipation Ln a join suhmis- riorj opposiog the inc-reavj v.-as simrijy filed. A sumJar request earlier was also turned dwn council. -ies reouest mciuded a proposal Lhst the pro-.incial jefgnt r--' -r'- i go-.-emment vill assist the; AVilA in making the protest. executive director provinw; has agreed to lend the money interest free to prepare a submission to the Public Utility Board hear- Also, the of tha Alberta C-jverr.nie2t Tra- vel Bureau can veto ariy of the review board's recornrr.erjda- I tions, as can iriinister re- and L' there eriC'jcri of -hem." The AUMA as'ued for the city's through a SI per capita c-jrrL-ni-.-5.-ror iirje of L'J? sion. the mat- ter beroid clovid doors Tues- day. EarJ'er. decided the city should make 2 submission at the hearings irrdiriduallly the riere is dif- in other centres. Tr.5 tity calls on Calgary for only 40 per cent of. trie city's demand. Tne t is by the city po-.ver Other cities are on Ihe raie increase "pro- SUppUed Calgary in self-defense Man cleared of charge T.-K for s-jbrr.Lssior.; ..far. 7. sfjould be to Roger Corduxes, I.akeview School. 12 Ave. and Hef.dorson Lai-re Blvd., Le'.h- By CARAGATA Herald Stall Writer A Lethbridge man was ac- of wo-Jnding y.ith intent, '.d criminal negligence caus- ing Ixxiijy injury. Jorji Da'.-id Bairrl, sra 'ff.h St. S.. had been charged following April of Jack Stanley Soltys. In finding P.aird inr.oc-ent of I a.-. to leave his house, arjd they had refused. Baird and several other peo- ple had previously been threat- ened by members of the Irorj Cross, ITA-V came, unin- cooid bc-comt m-ijor il trrfrre Is a personality conflict or differ- c-nc-e nl or.e ccrold suffer finfcjifiEiJy and would not heve right 10 a i I Dr. John Neal, president of TCASA. said She !oca] group fo: Lhe boU ta the tiyjrism program tnd then left out of the game. i ''O'JT origiJiil proposal j without o'jr IrjjOT-'l- aod approvM a: a riding agreenent can be ob taiued from member ttunici- who art interested in a Tenders in for laundry i CigarT Ptr.ver has asked for an ]5 cent increase i next year in the power rates charged to residential and lann Tnree tenders were received lor ihe supply of about S4W.OOO worth of laijrjdry equip- ment to be used in the new regional laundry for li) hospi- tals in Southern Alberta. The successful bidder, how- room I 'L ever, will rot be announced un- attemp: to railroad sorQeooay. ti] wben the -LBS Bairf the.-! vTer.t to his bed-; M6e aM EPPIXJVK: a, rrrj.-n an-J picked uo a loaded mS w- r-9' rifle. Taiing it to the door-1 be, w a y ber.-.veen the li'.'ing and hjs Eaifd saw Jac'r: Soil's lold hL-n it to his house on the night his last chance to oet ou: of April H, later spilled moved towards boer on ire co'jcn, Esirn assed Baird Bsird'fL't-d tlx; rifle hit- them Lo lc-6-.-c. j ,iri? ,he ;weT ibdo. SHOTGUNS there has been an I would sav v.ere lated a bit." Mr. Smith said he hopes the made a final decision, subject lo approval by the Alberta Hos- pital Services Commission, SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB! MEDICAL DENTAL BLOC. Lower Level PHONE 327.2822 si.-: riaird shoo: ?f. tv.o and Soltys. mat he acting tte-rn to leave. 4 m since Soltys, and Eaird wa-- wrxr oi tre Iron, aA' bv motorcycle club riad, v.iCt o L t assaulted tr.e accused. aL-o said lhat and another rrian, Rob- v. as beaten with a sioo'.gun bv Defense Course! }.Iartin lioyt brougj.t Eairri lo the witness Tuesdav 10 tesufv w his beha'J. Eaird hao: been i Mr7 Smith said a'l this area charged rn'ir-1 wants is to be judged on the cV.-r, in with the in- same basis as c-vc-ryor.e else, c-ident btrf these charges were Lethbridge and Hat dismissed this summer in a both received swffi in provii- pre'' hearing. cia! grants laEt year, he said. program is not an Leth- bijn of tne government s over- brid .Mmicipal Hwpital ad- all attitude toward tourism ''V.e are still ge'.tLtg the shorl end of the he ssid. ''Vi'e got i governme.1; changed mir.islrator. tenders closed Tuesdav. Toe new regional laundry will from tne_ prtvio- basaj at unj> ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DEWAl MECHANIC Sihwartz Bldg 222 5th SI. 5. Phore 326-4095 Super Special! No. 60K ROCKWELL GREENLINE JIG SAW KIT Fcr fro-r: i vef icwing lob cur-9 ID b'a tapaiiry llr.e cu'tlnc, 2.i 3200 taste, "mogic w low b cor.lclns es, rip cr c Jlli'-.g guic'e, In ccrryina Reg. 39.97 Special Hardware Call 327-5767 x. Jig sc A-, 3 DOWNTOWN Merry Christmas Mink Baird assaulted by reason -Michael re- --.'1 ,vlr DT-< r.r.-i YOU? AUTHORIZED CAUADA W.AJE5T1C MINK RETAILER OPEN THURSDAY ond FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CANADIAN FURRIERS "It! A TRADITION OF OUAUTY" PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG. 4th AVE. S. c a a.' w 1 y s B U y 'ftKHtWliS'8 U y a A 0 1 Homeownei1 srant deadline EVENING AUCTION. AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. c w 1 X extended December 21st SALE STARTS Q i? 1 CASH NO rt JS homo provjncifi] n ov. has Tnr- deadlirit j to 23 bv orange and gold and chL.r: Dining ta'-jie; Cr_r.a cabinet: 1 nice dinette rji'.es: P'i' c-oior 'i r.e'ft bedroom varjiies with ha.sir.s. Large M loc-al as.'iessrnent Good green hjde-a-hed; Rollaviay btc: 2 spokesrriin said compii- Complete Coffee table- and 2 rr.atchir.g x A y in computing grants Election of gas and electric i sc.hoo! 1 Remember S V eligible For relief from paid to the Uble 2 cribi: Radio record t-r: an-l r.h.jT.-: Coro.T.e iible 4 I i y foundation program fan ir.d motor: V.'all furriace: 2 S S THERE IS STILL s for the deadline larn-j. T bar Cirorr.o Artificial 'Xrr.a., tree: 2 c-eiling TV p i who stock 2 new AC-DC i b TIME can either apply for Nev.- dolk: Burro-jsr.s t'c-ctrc fi .rf y S75 grant or appiy fii-i'.tric broiler; Cycln Toys. TO ORDER YOUR a certain percentage of taxes they into more items loo numc-rous to "1 CHRISTMAS introdjclion of a t-ssesarnc-nt (his Honda Wi Molcr V and lo .Mhfrta All ur- 1 1 FLOWERS after ir.e fir-.t of R fi.S !i are eligible AdTjrs! ii'1 TV.: grant, is another reason rariio-record find t FROM extension, the lable lamp: Cbest of drapers; 5 v MARQUIS FURTHER INFORMATION jj y Z FLOWER SHOP FLOOR AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 326-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. g g Phono 327-1515 328-OJ7J J714 12 Ave TED NEWBY KEITH 5 i Thun., Fri. lill 9 41 lit. the Chrisrmas Party Season Choose a pair of these exquisilB STRIP SANDALS from Camm'i Gift Suggestions Your Christmas Shoe Store! DKESSY WINTER HI CUT BOOTS MEN S AND LADIES' CURLING BOOTS LADIES' LEATHEB HAND5AGS L4DIES' 15-INCH FUH BOOTS MEN'S FAMOUS PACKARD SLIPPERS LADIES' MATCHED SETS Pu-rfi or.d THURS. AND FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. CAMM'S ,03 5th Slrc-et S. SHOES G g A ;