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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IAS VEGAS FUN FLIGHT Depart Calgary Feb. 11 Return February 15 AIRFARE, ACCOMMODATION, TRANSFERS MANY EXTRAS Only per pcnon (Double Occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Letkbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, January 2, 1973 PAGES 11 TO 2U LETHBRIDCE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7lh Street Shopping Mall Lelhbridgt, Alberto Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING Fluoridation debate postponement likely Tre alderman v. ho has askcrl for a f if 111 fiuorida'.bn plebis- cite is out of totrn. likely forc- ing .-iH of a debars on the matter for To- night's ciry counci! meeiinir Aid. Steve Ketch, who s'jb- niiited a motion Dec. IS call- ing for a plebisritc before April i5 no! pxpeneri bark i.T ibe- c.'ty until 9. Tilayor Anderson ?aid Ihif monvng council usually de- cides lo of a motion un'.il ihe alderman mak- ing the submission is there to present ir formally. Tne mayor however. thjt could agre? lo lot delegations opposing a riunridaticr. plebiscite present ll.eir torughi. A spokesman for Ihe Lein- hndge Ssfc1 Waner Commiuej. ,Vona Tr.orbum. v.roie to coun- cil ihat ihe elimination of free fluoride prescriptions bv t h e province not in eny way justify a plebiscite ai this Mass Thorbuni also suggests results of four previous plebiscites in :he city are ?LU- ficieni to inriirate now that a majority of the citizens hcio dor.'; v, ant the water supply ii'joridated. A teller to council from Ray states no plebiscite should- be unless th'ire i" a legal petition .'or one present- ed to council. The mcoiins vdll be- held in council chambers beginning 3 p.m. Bcibv (irriied at a.m. Teachers prepare for dispute vote A three-m s p board KS fsi'c-d to rc.ioh a unar.inious acree-T.enr on a cu'ard in the linger- ing contract depute teachers in the IS rursl dis- lric-.s of Sruthem Albsria. The board has handrri dom m.lioriry report v-ritten by Ken Barrass. Cllgary v.ho represented Stan Sluici-d. urireba! of Catholic High School in Lethbridse. submitted a minor- ity report. Mr. Sawicki. the readier rep- resentative, said he MES in in agreement with the majority report on all points s.ll- ary grids. He called for pay increases of slightly less than seven cent over a one-year period the other two suggested 6.2 per era: increas- es. This is Lhe second board ap- pointed lo intervene in the dis- The fl-st board was dis- handM when it handed in three separate awards. The J.4W invoKeu are expected to receive their ropier of the latest awards ihi? week. A vote shoti'd taken the next f.vo u'eeks. Bill Casanova, reeiona! cabing agent for the Asfociation. Faid a n-.eciir.c of teacher representa- tives '.vill likely be he'ri on Tliarfday and this v.nll followed by a series of meet- ine? teachers in the re- gion. Mr. ar.d Mrs Jim Fix. o: :v.A X. Mayor Map-nth Dr.. hceame the parents of Ihe baby bom in Lsihbridge in Et a.m. on Xev.' Year's Day The baby, a fr-e-pourd icur ovince girl bom at Leihbridge .MtL-jcipil Hospitai. has no; bun named. "We are considering four for her but we haven't decided on one." Mrs. said today Mr. a mechanic Bc-r.y to from Tesoe River April. The New Year's baby is the Fixs' second child. Tney have a son. three yea" old Steven. The year'? first baby in the province arrived at six micutes aiier midnisht. He is the son of Peace River couple. Mr. and Mrs. John Arris, fna! baby, born at River eight-pounds. six ounces. con -ill The Souiiem .Alberta School ai'ietV OI SCttUlSS available Authorities .Association region City pre-schoolers prepare for New covers all c-f the southern parl the province, south of Vul- can and Brooks, with the ex- cep'Jon of the cities of Leih- bridce and Medicine Hat. Year Ilieetill25 EXTRA V.'EAR FOR EVIRY PAIR HANZEL 317 7th STREET SOUTH tl is M eek ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 32S-4095 An office- o! ihe Ccnada Pen- sion Plan will visit Blairmore Pincher Creek this ivsek to answer questions on the Can- ada Pension Firm. age se- curity and guaranteed supple- ment income. E. F. Yir.ey will be at Us Elairmore Federal Building Thursday from 10 a.m. to r m, and at the Pincher Creek Hall Friday from 9 a.m. :o 12 noon. A COLD ACCORDING TO CHARLES DICKENS GEORGE ond ROD SAT OUR NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS ARE SIMPLE: h is our intention to continue to be a phar- macy in wKkh vcu wilt feel relaxed and a! hcrne. We prom'se to try lo always v ha! YOU want, when vou wen! it and also pledge a cherry outlook now and in future. Come to cur pharmacy and feel righl a! home DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Horg Medical Bldg. 401 5lh S. 601 6lh Av5. S. Free Delivery Call 32B.6133 Coll 327.3364 A wide variety of kindergar- ten and day care facilities is available to the parents of pre- school children in Lethbridge. The cty has nine kinderga-- ;ei.s ar.d nurseries and day care centres. Costs range from to S25 per month ir. the Idnderganens while day care centre costs sre higher Dick and Jane Kindergarten Ave. S. Two hoir classej in the morning and af- ternoon are available Monday through Tnursdrr. Children may register at anytime during The department of education co'jrse of studies is followed in providing a basic pre-schooi education. There is a niaximum enrol- ment of 24 students in each clos5. The cost is M5 a month. Ginge-brcsd House Co-cpera- tive School 3511 Forestn' Road. Lakenew. Chil- dren between ages of 3'-: and 5 years old are accepted. The five olds attend for four sessions a week from Mon- day to Thursday while the Fish in Winter! It's Fun! It's Easy! Wilh ICE AUGERS by Mara of Sweden Spade if M QQ Type I "f' t Type We have Lelhbridge s supply of ICE FISHING JIGS Call Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN children atrend and Tuesday and Thurs- ccy. Children are required to reciste: either in Sep'.ejnber or h January'. Stres-s is placed on art activi- ties but are also in- volved in such areas as elemen- ccokine. educadon 2j-.d reading. The cos; is Si 6 a month. Tinkerbell 1614 I2iii Ave. S. Children at- tend classes (or two hours a day ir. ihe afterivTons on two days a week, either Monday and Wed- nesday or Tuesday and Thurs- day. Only children who have one yesr ro go before entering are ecc-'ptra but they rrr.y reeister any time a vacan- cy occurs. They are involved mainly in school work in sd- to sirging. reading and th? cos; is 510 a 1509 S. This kindergarten offers morning and after- noon classes with a maxirnuin D: 24 studems in each group, Children rogisier at any- r_he year bur Sep- lembe- is the preferred date. The children are involved in a reading program in addition to music 3nd crafts, mornings, ;in> or more days week. is placed on craics. educational toys a-c musical games. 1 'The cost ranges from 1 a month. Karol's Kinder cart on Ave. N. Four and year old? may renter z: anytime curmg the for ehher mc or afternoon classes. The classes are held from Tuesday to Thursday. Music, acting and siiipr.c are offered in addition to school preparation Tae cost is 515 a month. Christopher Robin 1011 19th St. S. Children usuaUy register in Juse fc-r ihe foilow- year. Ticre is a toto] of classes of 3-5 year olds Tn? hours are a.m. to a.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tues- day 10 Friday. The youngsters are involved in learning various social airri ecucaiional skills. Tiie cos: of fI2 a Bethel Baptist Kiriderganen and Nurson- 716 23rd N. Children must be registered by Feb. 1 for Lhe spring and reps- iration for the following year begins in March. A of SO children are en- rolled in classes of 20. There three classes of five year olds and one lour vear old 1 Four year old? stiend far dsys a week while five old? for either Lire? or five dcys. Th? chiJdrcT: STC involved Ir. varies? games, mu- sic, srs crafts a.nd resd- ing readiness. raTiCes from S14-S19 ir-oriih. No tvai'sble the 2; Ave. S. day Care Ave. S. The centre is :r. operatior. T a.m. ic p.m. five a I; is uir.ied working par- vriih children. The centre accommodates 35- 4n children benveen the ages of 1-- ;o 6. The yoanssrers are involved in music, baking, catling and they take Lrips 10 fsrinf. libraries o'.her The centre operates all year lY-uTid ;he kind ere ar; ens Ihe scJittl year. Kw? 502 5ih Ave. S. The Tr.axinium is 35 youngsters the A nelsKrcrriOod shinny Hendersor. Lake. Like n-.cny :aok c b-c< Eect 'o the :-6 The hours are lo i 6 p.m. days a woj The child-en are in informal school Lhe use of educational games If it wcsn'i ihsy d liKely the first ever youngsters The cos; is S60 per child i states to violots No Swimm'ng order. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2S22 MeCready-Baines Pharmacy A Friend the Family can rely on! Just Call 327-3555 We Deliver Ycur Prescription x When you're confined to bed, or just when you don't feel well enough to pick up a prescription coll us. We deliver! SALES ARE LACKED EY SERVICE'' McCREADY-SAINES 614 3rd AVE. S. FREE DELIVERY Tiio cos: a 1304 4th Ave. S. Children from 3-5 years old are accepted at any- during iJie yrar. Tho fivo year olds attend for two ho'.r-s a in p.ftor- wiu'e the younger chil- dren for two hours in the Black Moirix icreen wiih Pcrma Chrome "AFT'' Aulomalic tuning Aceumalic color control ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. South Phone 327-5020 (OPEN THURS. i FBI. Till 9 P.M.) Stock Growers convention Jan. 29 Tho annual convention of sock Groovers' be held in Bnnff I'.'i lo A p.T.iol discussion on apri- cultiiral .ind ILV o; lard will be highlich-.o-.l Dr Aiir.n Wsnv.c'K. rcinisier of lands and forests ,-Ulvn.i. and of the ftcx-k crowiT.N1 p'oup, the Alberta de- p.irimenl of .v.riculturv Ilio A'.lv.rla Fish Ganio Assivia- tiini a'.so Tom (lilcl'.rist of Mi'.k River, prosido-r.l of ilw .issod.llion. otlwr issues to oonie Ivforc dinv'ention uicludi1 mark- eting of luMllh of nni- iv.als, mil Ihe iiroiwe.i s'.nclo Mr (liU-hns; s.iid tlio moel- incs .ire open to all c.iulemon !i" more dun mom- iimi e.iliU-nien (o allend ihe .1! Uic Banff Springs liolel I 2508-2nd Ave. N. REGULAR WEEKLY EVENING SALE TUES., JAN- P.M. Phone 327-1222 AUCTIONEER J. KANAWISCHER Lie, 541ES REPRESENIAIIVE REED HAWTHORNE l-o-d crd.o.s cr.- l-cls. s 'u? be- "Le Sincerrsl Erst Wishr< To All for o Year of Happiness find Prcsprrityl Vrs A Ri-ol Liberal Onpl SVEN ERICK5EN ERIC SMITH ;