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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Ftbrwry 19, 1975 Janitor's raises okayed by county Janitorial staff at 15 schools in the County of Lethbridge will get a an hour increase in pay retroactive to Jan. 1, and a further 15 cents per hour increase July 1. A memorandum of agree- ment on the pay vhike was ratified Tuesday by the county school committee. It had earlier been assented to by the some 23 caretakers, and caretakers' helpers represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees1 Local 290 in negotiations with the county. The contract is for a one year period. Rates of pay for the janitors varies with the size of school, county officials said, making it difficult to es- timate the percentage increase in the contract. A head caretaker at a high school will earn about per hour now and after July 1. City Scene Sixth place for A Iberta All-star team urged to boost basketball B.C. HOOP TEAM PLAYS QUEBEC Games injuries remain light Injuries to. Winter Games athletes are lighter than ex- pected, says Games medical boss Tony Pomahac. Dr. Pomahac said none of the six athletes in the Lethbridge sick bay this morning were seriously injured. Two boxers and a hockey player were to be discharged some time today, he said. The other athletes were down with''flu. "So far, injuries have been a lot lighter than at the 1971 Games in he said. "And I hope it stays that way." JMDr prepares to nominate baton s view ol women examined seven candidates tonight A free public showing of Images of Women will be con- ducted tonight at 8 at the Library by the Women's Place. The program is a synchronized slide and tape presentation based on a content and work analysis of the Eaton's catalogue. It examines the image of women during the past 85 years. Alice in Wonderland on boards A performance of Alice in Wonderland will be presented free at 2 at the Lethbridge library Friday and Saturday. Labor council to meet The Lethbridge and District Labor Council will meet a week early this month, council president Larry Mead says. The council will meet at 8 p.m. today, instead of Feb. 26. The change is due to the annual labor school set for next week, he said. Couple improving in hospital A city couple are reported improving and in satisfactory condition at St. Michael's Hospital where they were taken last Saturday after a three-car collision near Monarch. In hospital with multiple lacerations and contusions are Bruce Walter Redman, 5th Ave. A N., and his wife, Ber- nice. School classes resume Monday The week 'Winter Games break for all teachers and most students in Lethbridge public and separate schools concludes Shop for the GREAT VALUES ON THE CLEARANCE TABLE IN OUR CHINA DEPT. Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Sunday as classes begin Mon- day in most schools. All students with the excep- tion of those attending the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute, Catholic Central High School and St. Mary's School are to attend classes Monday. Students attending LCI and CCH have been asked to volunteer their services Mon- day to assist with replacing the beds in their classrooms with desks. Students from the Games Village schools are to begin classes Tuesday. The three school'; were used to accommodate the athletes participating in the Games. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLINQ Phm 321.2171 CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL UN. UxnrLml PHONE 327-2122 Tonight is New Democratic nomination night in Alberta as seven constituency associations, including two in the South, scramble to enter candidates in the March 26 general election campaign. Meanwhile, Progressive Conservative Premier Peter Lougheed was to arrive in Lethbridge this afternoon to play host to a provincial government barbecue for Canada Winter Games volunteers. Social Credit candidates and prospective candidates, accompanied by campaign managers and workers, plann- 'ed their campaign strategy at a meeting today in the Ed- monton Plaza Hotel which was to stretch into the evening. Liberals plan no nominations in' Southern Alberta until next Tuesday. Kay Cairns, assistant secretary treasurer for the Willow Creek School Division, announced today she will contest the New Democratic nomination for Macleod con- stituency. The nomination is at 8 tonight in the Claresholm Royal Canadian Legion Hall. Mrs. Cairns, 56, of Granum, is a long-time the NDP and its predecessor, the CCF. "I would like to see a representative from the South to represent New Democratic policies in support of the general welfare of all Alber- she said today of her first venture into the provin- cial political arena. Progressive Conservative John Walker, 46, a Fort Macleod physician, has already been nominated for the'race. Socred incumbent Leighton Buck well, 57, a rancher, is expected to be nominated at a meeting March 8. New Democrats in Little Bow constituency also meet tonight in hopes of finding a candidate for the election call- ed last Friday by the premier. The meeting is at the home of constituency association president'Albert Daniells in Vulcan, 6181st St. S., at 7 p.m. Conservative George McMorris, 67, a Milo rancher, and incumbent Socred Ray Speaker, 39, a rancher and teacher at Enchant, have already been nominated. NDP.leader Grant Notley, in the meantime, was on a campaign swing through. Medicine Hat today. New Democrats there hope to nominate a candidate by the end of the month. Nominations tonight for the NDP are also scheduled in Athabasca, Calgary Buffalo, Egmont and Elbow and Drumheller. They will bring NDP candidates nominated to a total of 52. As the Socreds discuss their Friday campaign kick-off set for Calgary at their Edmonton meeting today, Mr. Lougheed is host of the government's Lethbridge reception for Games volunteers in the Ex- hibition Pavilion. Invitations have been issued to people for the event, scheduled to start at p.m., with beer and barbecued beef. Mr. Lougheed was to fly into the city from Calgary this afternoon anil fly out again late this evening. By RUSSELL OUGHTRED Herald Staff Writer Canada Winter -Games results belie the fact: Alberta has some of the best basket- ball players in Canada. Alberta's men's team, the Mount Royal College Cougars from out of the medals in sixth place. Alberta's women, the Univer- sity of Alberta Pandas from Edmonton, did slightly better, finishing fifth. The reason for Alberta's dismal show in basketball? It's not for lack of good facilities, experienced coaches or talented players. The coach of the men's basketball team from Quebec, which won the gold medal for the event, readily admits .that Alberta is "10 years ahead of us." Alberta's lacklustre show- ing is no mystery to its men's Lifting, skating sold out All weightlifting and figure skating events Friday have been sold out, says Winter Games ticket boss Pat Berti. While hockey finals Satur- day at the Sportsplex sold out over a week ago, all tickets for Games figure skating competition Friday night were bought up by late Tuesday, says Mrs. Berti. Afternoon and evening weightlifting at Yates Centre also sold out Tuesday. There are still, tickets available .for boxing events later this week. coach, Jack Kenyon. Unlike gold and silver winning Quebec and British Columbia, Alberta did not field an all- star team. Consequently, Alberta's finest players, stymied by the political intrigues of amateur basketball, never received a chance to wear Alberta's colors. NO MATCH Instead, the winning team from 10-team playdowns last year was automatically seed- ed as Alberta's Winter Games team by the Alberta Amateur Basketball Association. Mr. Kenyon, coach of the Cougars for 12 years, is (he first to concede that his squad, which enjoys an 11-1 win-loss record in the Alberta College Athletic Conference, is no match for the Quebec all- stars. In fact, when the two teams met in Cardston Feb. 15, Quebec trounced Alberta 107-79. "Quebec has had a provin- cial team together for some time. It spent last summer training in the United States. "It's difficult for a team chosen by the route to compete with an all-star team like ruefully adds Mr. Kenyon. "Other provinces, like Nova Scotia, changed their school schedules to allow players to come here for the Games." Alberta, however, is a different story. While Games regulations allowed the Cougars to "strengthen" its roster, players on teams like the LCC Kodiaks are com- mitted to playing in their school's schedule. "I think if you're going to have a team, let's do it and not mess around." Alberta needs an all-star selection as well as a training program to prepare its team for provincial com- petition, he says. "In future we have to follow Quebec's example. Their approach is very professional. "It's really a political thing. Quebec wants to be number one, so they go with their best. "It all boils down to dollars and cents and Quebec has put -a lot of money into amateur sport." When will Alberta follow Quebec- and B.C.? Mr. Kenyon predicts that the Alberta team, which travels to Regina this summer for the Western Canada Games, will be a fair sampl- ing of the province's talent. Future Games teams, he adds, will probably be all-star squads. Coach Kenyon claims incoming president of the governing amateur association, Rob Hunt of Calgary, is in agreement with the Cougars' coach. SUPPORT The provincial department of culture, youth and recreation, he adds, also agrees with the all-star concept. Will the provincial govern- ment come through with the money needed to select and train an all-star team? "I don't think there will be any predicts Coach Kenyon. Man pleads guilty to break, enter, theft NOT EVERYONE HAS TO SAY 'SORRY' Hotel room shortage fails, cold, icy roads credited VANTA'S VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS fnHinu 904-7ihAVE.s. PHONE 329-4545 MEATS VANTA'S RANCHLAND MEATS Vnal WESTMINSTER PHONE GROUND HIP for your AAC Ib. Highqu.1 9lb. PATTIBS ty ib. OP wid AC Ib. f SPAR! RIBS H wvy and nwity. Country Cut. A Ac Jutt Ib. Only tt> 5-7 Ib. 99 ORADI A CHICKINB Frith, ntvar froztn A 3lo4lb Ib. CHIMI Imported. A bwgjln d 9O ft. Young IE AC Just Ib. Sllr Most ctollcitMiM in full supply. Pliin vilut. No coupons to clip. acknowlMlgod by nuny ol you your frlsflds In Low Pricttf 11 No olmmtekt. No ghrt o i your FrtMtr Ittf Eipwtt. Ton Buying. OuilHy gumnlotd. this it VANTA'S BEEF SAUSAGE ,119 .1" IT ,8 i-A T V A N T A CwwtadrMl SIRLOII CwndtOrtd BEEFJS 1 69 GROUND BEEF Frtth hourly, Lun STEAKS 1 69 GAINER'S BACON Pttct only QQC FARMER CHEESE SchntMtrs BULK WIENERS vsm CHUCK mtf CHUCK STEAK A, n, or 01 VANTA'S your SIS ARI DOWN At VANTA'S you PRICU AM There's room at the inns that's the g message the Winter Games Society will be g publicizing across the province and in Northern Montana for the duration of the g Games. An anticipated lodgings shortage failed 8 to materialize over the weekend, with the Games housing bureau receiving only four jv calls, and hotels and motels reporting empty rooms. What happened to the crowds? 'My only explanation is the cold weather and the icy 8 roads held said Doug Dunlop, 3 Games publicity director. "It was hard to read and everyone was he said. "We guessed wrong. "Most people perhaps thought rooms would be at a premium and drove in and drove out again. "Basically the opinion was we'd only be -K strapped for the first three days while the VIPs were here. But we thought things S; would be full over the weekend. xj "I haven't really got the answer to that iS other than the roads and the Weather." Mr. Dunlop -noted, that most sports g: events have been well attended however. "We are now publicizing the fact the S rooms are he said. One of two men recently arrested in connection with two break-ins in Coaldale Sept. 24, pleaded guilty in Coaldale provincial court Tuesday to two charges of break enter and theft. Leon Peter Cyre, 18, of Coaldale was remanded to March 4 for a probation of- ficer's report and sentencing. Provincial Judge A. H. Elford was told the charges concerned break-ins at Smith's Color TV and Hans Clothing, both in Coaldale. Three television sets and a record player were taken from Smith's but were recovered shortly after. About worth of clothing was taken from the clothing shop. All the'merchandise has been recovered. The other man charged in connection with the break-ins is scheduled to appear in Lethbridge provincial court on Thursday. Gregory Andrew MacDonald, 17, of Coaldale was remanded to March 4 for sentencing after he pleaded guilty to break and enter with intent, and a second charge of theft under He was charged Monday morning. Court was told he and a 15-year-old juvenile attempted to break into Coaldale Billiards and later broke into a meter box at the town's water treatment plant. About in quarters was taken and damage done to the meter box. The 15-year-old juvenile, said to be with Mr. MacDonald during the offence, has not been charged. Consultant firm hired BROOKS (Special) The management consulting firm of Stevenson Kellogg Com- pany has been hired by the Town of Brooks to study town operations at a cost. The firm has explained to council how it would conduct a survey in order to discover if there are any management problems here. The survey is expected to take five weeks. MIKE HANZEL Eilriwur For Emy 371 -7th Street South ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC SdmrttlMi.2225ftSU. PhOM BERGMANS NEW LOCATION PALLISER DISTILLERY 9tn AVENUE NORTH CONTRACT CARPET KMMM'I FLOOR COVEMWS Mrf CARPET CLEMMM SPECIAL WAREHOUSE PRICES Jutt got on Avonuo North and go Eottl BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERING 1.J qth AvonuP N Phone HJS 0.17? Pancake breakfast COUTTS (HNS) The Coutts and District Chamber of Commerce will hold its an- nual pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. to 12 noon Sunday in the Coutts Civic Centre. Pan- cakes, sausages, eggs and coffee, milk or juice will be served. 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