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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 1, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Government awaited in AHA availability of Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Labor Minister Bert Hohol is parties involved to con- dinator, told The Herald there But hospital workers have tinue his participation. has been progress in changing traditionally been paid low six agreements into one wages, and the union availability of contrac- tenders because tradesmen tors will determine the will be available, Mr. amount of construction put up SaUnders told the annual for tender by the department meeting of the construction of public works in 1975, says Provincial policy favoring use of Crown land a report from the conciliator handling negotiations between the Alberta Hospitals Association and the Canadian Union of Public Employees "Faii-lv shnrtlv The contract expires March agreement covering SO wants parity with higher 31. The dispute affects 45 hospitais and nursing homes. British Columbia rates, hospitals and five categories ,n a lelephone interview from Sick people have to be cared of workers such as 'nursing Caigary hc jt appears for exactly right, and the peo-orderlies, dietary employees, that across. the province pie wno care for them must be laundry workers and various wages ,or tne same jobs nave capabie of skilled work deputy minister. have been put up for to the exclusion of Negotiations have been accepted in principle. pressure, said Mr. A. B. Saunders told the and sometimes one bid needs of other broken off, but the two sides were still far And the last AHA offer im- Construction received and sometime none. Association Thursday the However, recently there should stop, says granted an extension for par-the Lethbridge Fish and .tjcjpating in the dispute when talks broke off. plied acceptance of a job rate ''The government pays the Al Cunningham, CUPE rather than yearly shot for every hospital has already many good bids by several budgeted for several projects good contractors on Association. been granted an extension by In a brief to the hospital CO or- increments, since the Alberta, so our fight is with proposals were listed that Edmonton, not with the I depending on the put up for, tender, contracting situation it will The department can Use Forum Thursday, way, he said. dividual he said. Alexander McKay said the f them for tender or the construction industry up. withhold them. or down but it takes time to originates in the Man hospitalized Biter CraSll system of grazing leases ft the tenders are too high or either. It would help if if there are no contractors contractors would let the available the projects will be department know the climate withheld. of construction in their area, Earlier the department was he said, going to limit the amount of. Tenders for as administered by city poiice are investigating Calgary, the driver of one of the provincial department of a two.car collision in north the cars, is in Municipal lands and forests. Lethbridge Thursday that sent Hospital in fair condition. The present system has Qne man to the hospjtai Damage was estimated at effectively prevented multi- back injuries purpose use of public lands by pnillip Morrissette, of Police were told a TAX SERVICE released in 1975 and 1976 proposed provincial access for recreation driven by Lyle Herley Pres ide n it thought contractors wjn be called for in destroying 22nd St. N., was lax forms have become a lot all the work they could tisements in Thursday through north in the 800 block complicated than they used to be. Why The Lethbridge By putting additional Mr Saunders announced 0 orrun Street North about turn yours over to Niagara? We have truction Association up for tender this would the as sportsmen we when he came in and computers. Give us your income lamed B. F. Quittenbaum, jenera! manager of escalate prices, Mr. The provincial buiiding will Saunders said be a fairly substantial and will However, the department. the ownership rights of private property, we ClHZenSlllp are not prepared to have with the Morrissette vehicle, which had just pulled nnto 30th Street from expense information and we'll do up your return quickly and accurately. Just visit your ne Builders Market been approached by for a IumP sum bld' rights of access to Ten peopie from Lethbridge Niagara Office. It's listed in the white for the who have said land for recreational anH thp sun-minding district A oasseneer in the At its annual of tight money and The departmenl is also he their citizenship cer- car, Terry Wills, 318 27th our brains instead ng this week the mortgage rates there has the process of getting facilitate better land use, tjfjcates at a ceremony this S., suffered a bump on of your own. irtn nampH a slow down in the tender on smaller projects McKay suggested Vital Roy, Calgary, ton DanicU vvdiici iviuiut and industry. Brooks, Claresholm, Fort Contractors have indicated Macleod, High River, for control and ad- Quest speakers at the passenger in the Morrissette ministration 'of all public ceremony, held at the vehicle, received. bumps Niagara R. Conway second will be a good time for Creek and Milk be transferred to the Lethbridge court house and was treated FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED Dresident. Named directors' were Bob of the en Rev A H. Baldeo of Coaldale released, from Municipal and W. J. Cousins, a Universi- Vlike Wilson and Roger 3illett. G. H. Davidson is sast president. Contin-jing directors are: J. case remanded A 23-year-old Lethbridge sentence report after he man who pleaded guilty to pleaded guilty to two brief from several coun- ty of Lethbridge professor, ties in Southern Alberta would pe0ple who became encourage increased Canadian citizens originally recreational use of came from Czechoslovakia, agricultural land. But the Italy, King, W; H. Taylor, of about in of break-and enter, tempered the suggestion Netherlands, the Vlalmberg, Charlie Mor-rice, Doran Johnson, Pal fompkins, George Sur-bey, Art Atkinson, kitchen cabinets was charge of theft under and remanded in provincial court one charge of taking a car Wednesday until Feb. 12 for without the owner's consent, sentencing. He was appearing before The cabinets were removed Provincial Judge A. an education program by states and Yugoslavia, government to allow land citizenship Judge Gerald V. users to better understand the Sinclair from Calgary presid-land owners' rights. ed at tne ceremony. A reeep-The brief also called for full tion Spons0re.d by the I.O.D.E. to the extended shopping hours and only having part of our staff in our store each day, we' feel we cannot give our customers the kind of service they deserve. Therefore we have decided to close one full day a week so that we may have a full staff every day to give our customers better Boblehardt, a number of units to landowners was at gt Schalk Derek Getkate belonging to Krahn Homes court was told that on July Ltd. of Lethbridge on Aug. 15, 20 Mr. Blair broke into damage done by Anglican Church afterwards MONDAY, FEB. ana Jim was told. Leslie Curtis, Picture Butte fire hall 517 Rideau Court, was meeting room and took 14 of Unifarm stated in its brief landowners should G1pT FROM WILL BE CLOSED EVERY arrested at Hurlburt Auction Deer anlj liquor. On Dec. 21 he Service on Nov. 16 with them agajn broke into the fire hall in his possession. but was caught the right to control access to his land, whether The Statue ot Liberty was a deeded or rented. S'ft the to hope this does not cause any inconvenience to our Curtis has a Stroeve of Picture United States. It's true Your F n record, court was The charge of taking a region director, said Liberty Enlightening for i u r u t u f e ,t with the latest conviction cle without the owner's landowner should also h i o n t ivi in Calgary in June, 1972. sent arose after a Dec. 14 the right to charge suf- Available Best that time he was sentenced cident. The car taken was amounts to cover the All 18 months for break, enter volved in an accident V V'W' Fail-field theft. caused about damage. The theft charge was II and Used LTD. Services Ltd. 1243 3rd 4 ve. Phone Steven Blair, 20, Jan. 3 when a tire rim was Picture Butte, was remanded stolen from 'the back of a in custody to Feb. 6 for a pre- truck at a Picture Butte KomeiKe, deputy IIIHIIIIlnXul'IIHI reeve of the County of Forty 1 1 jjgfBJfflfflBfgB 1 Mile, agreed. 3rd Ave.S. Phone S MARTENS FOODS and MARTENS COALDALE PHONE 345-3933 th Help Martens celebrate their 8th Birthday. During the past 8 happy years Martens has appreciated their valued customers SHelp Martens celebrate their 8th Birthday, During me pasi o nappy years martens and friends. To show this appreciation we are offering many exceptional values as well as balloons for the kiddies, flowers for the ladies and coffee and cookies for everyone. So come on in and join in the fun at Martens 8th Birthday Party. 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