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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta New Low European Fares Effective April 1, 1972. Make your bookings now for your Holiday in Britain and Europe. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILIAC.E MAIL PHONE 32B-3201 The lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridgc, Albcrla, Monday, February 28, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ask oboul Phologruy The Ions Ihol changes wilh lighl. Tory meet The federal Progrssivc Con- servative nomination for I he Lclhlindgc riding will be con- tesletl tonight between Ken Ilurlburl and Gogo al the Civic Sports Centre. Mr. Illll'lbiiil, the 43-ycar-olil former mayor of Fort Maclend, has the support of Deane Guml- the MP whose announced pl.'iii to retire led to the nomi- nation contest fllr. Gogo, a 40-year-old vcslmenl dealer, has rallied the hacking of Dick Gray, a feed- lot operator who withdrew Irom the contest. The nomination will be a closely contested one and no one is willing to stick bis neck out for prediction. Although Mr. Jlurlburt. and Mr. Gogo are the only two de- clared candidates for (lie PC nomination and registration for candidates starts ill to- right, iL is unlikely that a third candidate will be in the running. Nominations will, however, be accepted from the floor. Premier Peter Loughced, who was in Lethbndge last week, wants n PC candidate strong enough lo stand against challenge from other parties at the next federal election. He has promised federal Opposi- tion leader Robert Stanficld that he will "deliver Alberta" to the Conservatives. Mr. Gundlock has held the Lclhbridge riding since 1958, On the other hard, not a sin- gle Tory candidate was elected south of Calgary in the August, 1971 Conservative sweep lo power in Alberta. o accidents 011 TSvo weekend traffic acci- dents resulted in damage and no injuries. The RCMP report dam- age resulted from a collision about one mile north of the junction of Highways 4 and Cl near Stirling, shortly af- ter noon Sunday. There u'ere no injuries in the accident. Drivers of the ve- hicles involved worn Gordon MacKenzie of Wrcntham and Gerald Fanning of Edmonton. Thc Fanning vehicle was pull- ing a camping trailer. City police report dam- age and no injuries resulted a car driven by William Anthony Golriadc of Prelate. SasJ... collided will] .1 light standard shortly after a.m. Saturday on Highway .la. Exhibition growth on council agenda IMCIIAni) IIUIIKE Staff Writer Representatives of the Leth- hridtfe Exhibition hoard will meet city council tonight lo di.s'ju.s.s plans Tor a expnnsion of the Exhibition Pa- vjhon. Uetniled plans for a 185 by JRfi foot addition lo Die pa- vilion were requested by conn- lion increase should be (o j report, recommending upgracl- Mr. Nutting said. Ing of SI. between 24th If [he official census figure is Avc. S. and 5th Avc. N.; correct, "we are in trouble ex- a vp'Jrl on pedestrian peeling lhat LolMinrlye in I crossings al Scenic Drive and going to be developed in the lime period we have he said. Another Icllcr on thc agenda, from Hit; provincial department 01 health and social develop- ed when the subject first came mcnt, asks council to inform up in early January. thai department of the status Tlit board at that time asked of Liie secondary sewage treat- LhEt the city guarantee repay- j ment plant. ment of a maximum loan. A loan from thc city part of the boards re- quest Council would approve neith- er without first seeing (he de- tailed plans, which arc expect- ed to be submitted tonight. Council will also consider hir- ing 25 students to conduct an- other census late in April. Manager Tom Nulling. in a letter lo council, said the >2 person increase shown by Die resulls oJ lhc .January cen- sus is impossible to accept." Based on other calculations, such as thc number of duelling units completed last year, thc olal number of dwelling units and thc number of new tele- phone connections, the popula- The provincial board of health set a Sept. 1, 1U71 dead- line for completion of ihe facil- ity ;md Ihe plant was nol in line until January. There is a minimum fine of S200 and a maximum fine for violation of (lie provin- cial act dealing wilh sewage treatment. There have been no charges laid against ihe city jcl. Oilier agenda ilr-ms include: a letter from fcur students requesting council support for an opportunities for youth pro- gram wiled Satellite Experi- mental Thealre, would see (be re opening of (lie ITilli St. S. and Mayor MagraLh IVive JjclivecJi 411) and 7lh Avc, S. first reading of n hylaiv the cily to borrow by debenture for con- st rut-lion of a le.servoir and pumping station in Lcth- bridjie: a budget and program out- line for opermion of thc Sir Alexander Gait, Museum for 1972. Thn meeting will begin at 8 o'clock in (he council chambers and is open lo the public. West side ail developers, both Alheria, have submitted from pro- Capital Theatre for posals for development ol West drama and film presentations: engineering department j Love of learning be Teachers must foster a love: is available in the test, nol Just of learning in children if they kt'cp scor? are lo he truly successful as educators, said Patricia Shana- Teachers, she said, should gel !S far ;uvav as Uicv can from LHhbriilpc branch o[ red Buildings Ltd., Cal- gary and and Car- ma Developers Ltd. of Calgary were the only f'.vo firms out of 10 contacted Iliat returned de- tailed proposals. Cansnltanls for the develop- ment. Inlcrmcnn Planning and Design, are reviewing Ihe pro- posals. The council negotiating com- mil lee will look at the submis- sions next neek ?.nd is cxpect- i ed lo recommend cne lo coun- i cil by mid-March. Cily Man- ban, a primary education con- i lhc negative approach Lo Icarn- I sullpnt of the department of ed- A WALK IN THE COULEES There's no plnce more peaceful and serene than [lie coulees along the banks of the Oldman River. The Universily of Lethbridge campus to the west provides a stark of sleeping nature. contrast lo the quief -Phil Faulds scene Photo Labor lawyer tells conference alion By lU'DY HAl'GENpDEH Staff Writer Alberta's labor legislation must be about 40 sou'.hern Alberta union Irrrlcrs attending a two-day Alberta Federation of Labor conference here during the weekend were P.IKKS Alberl.a has 4ti provinc i a 1 parks, containing a total of 139 square miles. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Avp. S. Phono 328-3388 told. Ross McBain, a AFL legal counsel said, new legisation en- suring I he right, of workers to I join unions must be imposed. Lcgislaiion reducing the col- leciivc bargaining lime must also be introduced, he added. Current legislation, lie charged, is managemcnt- orienlcd. wftieli causes unnec- essary delays in collective bar- gaining and the righ to strike. Existing legislation is "frus- trating'1 and causes delays which anger union inemcrs to the point where they may not accept on ,-giremen: which they otherwise might have. Jinny nun-union employers threaten lo fire IlK'ir tmplaj- ces if are considering 1 formirg a union local, he said. i Employees must have the right lo decide without being threat- ened. The government appointment ground are rarely selected as arbitrators, the labor men com- plained. Arbitrators usually have management or acted for man agement background, they said. They propose lhaf a panel of impartial individuals, selected hy both labor and manage- ment be set up to appoint ar- bitrators. The panel should not be al- lowed to act on behalf of labor or mansgement in any apacily. lo retain its impartiality. Arbitration decisions are final and binding at present be- cause of the many assist a strike such as help- lies arrJ loopholes employers ing man Ihe picket use to quell them, they said. AFL personnel will continue The conference discussion lo advjjo imicns during cclloc- about labor legislauon baigaining ard will, if rc- prcliminary meeting to furlhcr quoted to. r.s ,'m intcrm-> scssions as a result of announce- dian during or prior lo a strike, mcnls by the provincial gov- ernment that a loliil review of existing legislation will lie made. The labor men also looked at t h e AFL's strike assiilance programs. Floy Jamha, the AFL's presi- dent said the provincial organ- ization should co-ordinale acti- "Find something Children as young as Grade say a, L wl ft 3 are osmg jnteres jn schoc [rf b f she lold teachers alleuduig the >ho mi_Lakes'-. annual Southwestern Albcna Teachers" Convention in Lelh- bridge. She said all children have po- tential and it is the task of edu- cators to make that polential grow. "Look at each child as a seed with equal potential. If he is', placed in a good classroom en- vironment, he will grow. His positive lie loners Die llirec eastern de- Ih.'it, wrre contacted t correct She said the classrccm envir- onment is vital lo a good learn- ing situation. Mutual respect works well toward building a good learning environment. Students should also be allow- ed Ihe float freely and find their own level of learning. isitive lo jnf.icp.tecl (heir cnpilal for the has ]1C011 committed for 1972. One of those firms, Campeau Corporation, which developed lhc model city of KanaLa out- side Ottawa, expressed interest in future development of West Lcihbridgc. Mr. Nulling said. CIVIL SEHVICK The number of federal gov- growth cannot bs stopped." 'on ihe same thing, failing All children are different and recognize some progress they must he treated like the faster than others. individuals they she said, j Students who arc in a more "Too often, teachers give! advanced learning situ a t i o n Icsls and simply record lhc j quickly become bored when marks. they arc hold hack by a tcach- "They must utilize all (he in- cr who wauls lo keep everyone formation about the child that in a nice, tight group, she said, She said ioo main' teachers I try to keep even-one working eminent employees was March vilies of people who wanted lo Major conservation award is presented to Joe Ealla Guaranteed annual income? A guaranteed annual income! must be revised, he said, com-1 lance of work, while also on-! would nol cost any more than paring the number of people .sunup, them of a good standard CHlering the job market an-' of living, nually wilh Ihe number of new .Mr. Basken spoke to about -Ki jobs available. southern .AIberia labor This would consist primarily two-day Alberta Fcdcra- of developing new altitudes lo-: of Labor conference held social services currency pro- vided by federal pro- vincial governments, said an 1-bor Icr.der duciny the weekend. of arbitrators came under fire, j Indnidunl-s wilh labor haefe- One of thc highest conserva- tion awards in lhc province presented in recent years was mnrlc during the weekend to The Herald's mil doors editor, Joe Ralla. The Guy Blake 'Memorial TropJu, for Die fir.sL lime in .several years, is made (o a person who has long sup- Baskcn, iutcrnnlinnal reprcscnia'.ive o[ I h e oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers union said. Hie of a piia- ranlcrd incomt1 would do av, ri_v 11K1.4 Of seme? ranr.cd fiv.in fnmiiy alluviUHT, TUESDAY SPECIAL! and furlhurcd Iliu aims lhl, Fish ;md j Association. Thc award was made during (he u-cpkcnd in Cnlgniy Ihe iimnial mei'lmp of I ho or- pnnir.alion. A member of llir for more, lhan 20 years, Mr. Baila served as its president from lo lie look in-cr with a provincial mi'mbiTsliip lotnl ol some IR.Oiil) and saw Hit1 figure over Ihp mark during his lerm of office. The al.so Air. Balln's offorls in furllier- inp rnnscrvnd'oii through Thc f Herald's outdoors c n 1 n m n 'Oiildoors1 Joe tlalla. lie has bei'ii I In- column for the pnsl yours. n i-oro- ninnics will ho hold al ihn an i.-il spring b.-inrjiif! of (hn iMh'oriclfio associalion, scbcd- wl for March Mr. TJnlla now holds Ilin ns- "vorialion's l.wo lop awards: a life membership and lhc Guy Hlakc Trophy. In addil ion ho also holds a hfo mcmhorship in the LcLhbridifu nssocialion. am por- k i Bill (if parks IN (he said I'ndm. i Snouni il-ilcs arc i now "ia of nmlinumg improvril .-now coiiditions." I Opi'i-.iiurs are reminded rnou- rcslriclccl hi this city, Mr, J'.i'ov.ji wards the distribution of labor, Mr. Easkcn said. Tlic present "work ethic" hi- sisis an individual's usefulness is based on a full work day, and thp type of job held. However, jobs and working in Ihe Future will be dra- matically less than today's lie With the added recreation time, people. Mr. R.'iskcn [ire- dieted, will channel their ener- gies towards oliicr fields such as art and literature. Population increases .1 n d j Ihc- ecological ndvaiices will re- j duce industry's dependence on iiKm-bour.s. hence new work values nm.st be adopted, h c A giKiranlred r.nnunl income would ]iermit people lo change their at I hides lo l.hc iniuor- ART DtETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Bldg. 222 5Ih SI. S. Phono 328-4095 BE SURE TO SHOP OUR LEAP YEAR BONUS DAYS SPECIALS! RED APPLE REFRIGERATOR DEODORIZER Eliminates unwonted food odors a greaf idea no re- frigercilor should be without. ONLY, EACH CALL HOUSEWARES 327-5767 -ffmjte" DOWNTOWN Open Monday Tues., Wed., and Sal. p.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. a.m. lo p.m. NEW and USED WE TAKE GRAIN! STATIONERS LTD. 306 13 Sf. N. Phone 327-4591 We liavo a eomplnlr selection of oil your office furniture needs, including: in cM nl desks, woodrn desks, niclol clinirs, blocking chnirs, filinq cnbincls. Wo also slock n complnlo tup ply of till your slalionery needs. WHAT IS A FEVER? Simply slaled, a fever is n rise in your body lempornluro. Bui, ihis rise, above the ubunl norm of 98.6 does not by itself mean Ilinl you arc ill. Fever is aclually o reaction by lhc body to a grpat many possible conditions. Colds, injuries. excessive exposure (o lieal, oven some malignan- cies cnn offocl the portion of your brain thai regu- Inrcs rcmpccafuro and cause il la rise. Thc imporlant thing to know is, whatever lhc cnusc, o fever is a signal by your body llinl there might be something wrong. Always hove an ac- curate dependable thermometer in ihe house. We carry a large selection of oral ond rectal ther- mometers and will be glad to recommend one. CAPSULES OF WISDOM BY GEORGE ROD When you entrust us with your proscription Wfl record it on your personal Family Record Card. The possibility of Drug Inter Rcocllon, Allergy or Sensitivity cnn more readily be Some bridge parties burn rlir scandal al both ends. DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hnig Medicnl Bldg. 401 5lh St. 1. 601 6th Avo. S, Frro Drlivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 ;