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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Loc. J irvrease 16 THE IETHMIDCE HERAID Salurrdoy, Jonuary 13, 1973 Blue Sky Lodge provides 52 beds for plder than co '-'ears who look after ihem_-el'es. Unlike ihe nm-sin" homes, ilwre .j r.o nursing t-are. at the secicr citizens' homes." he jaic Preference of admission will __ __ be siver. 'o of Leth- 15; bridge. the Comity of Le'-h- T-e cwo seacT citi- bridge. Coaldale asl Noble- "Grees Acres fcrdT which comprise the Green i Locie i-.d :ro Go'den Acres Acres Foundation. 5J be-r.5 each "However. do have guests f Den who are nc-c frooi LsjSe iuiir of [he Greer. Acres Foundation municipall-ies." he said, which :he three homes. Under ire Home for the Aged act. senior citizens" homes are bLiil: by the province and turned over ID municipalises which are responsible for ieir opera- ticn. Mr. LeBaron said guests pay SSO for doubie occupancy, and SSO for single occupancy, per Kay Leraing matron a; LTJ Golden Acres Lodge, has been appointed matron n' the Blue Sky Lodge. An house will be held i at a to be announced. Mr. LeBaron said the minister of i health and social development. said the bees 'ti-e Bie Sky Locge have already been "booked The for senior ci'j- IT ns5 been Mr. Le- Earon "The C-reei Acres Lodse the Golden Acres Lodge, v.hic-h opened L- !S60 have beer; 2: capacity since He Lie ocerir: of "-he Blue Slry Lccse. H3i iGLh Ave. N.. "v.-ill ease but not meet the dcni2r.d ar.d h a cr T.VD '-ve have to consider :o our exist- ing homes." Senior hcEes are Neil Crawford, will be itmted :o the official nnpning and open house. Wheat Pool to recognize organization founders The AJ'crr.-i -as designed E leather __._ plaque which -sill be presented, to all -enbers as recoEddon rf the Pool's 5fti anniversary. Gordon presicer.t of :he says the gather- ing cc-oparative to recognize ail the producers wrxi bad a pan: i ixzxiiz; 'Jx or- ganization. He say? runr.y ibers are m-ged to aocfy Pool's executive so the be presented to Trustees' statements branded Recent southern tees have reasonable, irresponsible questionable" by Mel Spade- man, communications consul statements f r o ra up to a maximum of S8.000 i Uian the trustees are capable Alberta school trus-; from the 1972 figure of of paying. been labelled "un- j Teachers six years' ex- "Teachers feel it is both un- and perience jump from a minimum reasonable and irresponsible rate of to 59.500 and a for trustees to release Slate- maximum figure of SI4.750 j menu which are at best ques- I tant for the Alberta Teachers' I Association southwest district. from the total of Lionable and which seem main- N'either Mr. Purdy nor Mr. ly resigned to arouse prejudice r j Mr. Spackman, with regional Spackman will speculate on and antagonism." Mr. Spack- negotiating committee chair-' how teachers will vote later said. man Russ Purdy. said trustees this month. They do believe .Yuccas chairman Clark are not correct when they say rural trustees have been unfair sain he has financial stale- teachers this year are seeking in their recent calculations. i ments to support the rural an 8.9 per cent salary boost. j "Financial statements of the boards' statements that teach- Mr. Purdy ssid s concilia- i areas concerned indicate the ers are seeking an S.9 per cent tion board report, to be vo'ed conciliation award is much less v, age hike. upon by teachers Jan. 22 to provides average wage in- j creases for the district's teachers of 6.1 per cent. No fringe benefits, such as Health issues course Alberta Health Care, Blue Cress j f or Ike insurance, are included tO Oltered Ot L' in the concihation board's offer. of L have been working without a I contract since Sept. 1. 1972. II a new contract is approved this month, it will be retroac-' five to the 197! date, Mr. Purdy said. He said rural trustees paid SU.S million for 1.3S2 teachers i in 1971 and a slightly less amount for the 1.542 rural j teachers in Not included in One of two recently-concluded tion will be offered again this fall by the University of Leth- bridge. A university spokesman said today the class on contempor- ary health issues will be sched- uled for the fall semester at U of L this September. It will not be known until IrJ- this month whether or no; a course on human conditions will again be offered at the campus. The 12-session health class was attended by 25 people in 1972. Speakers included fwo members of the city police force, doctors, an official of the provincial health unit and members of the V of L faculty. "The main appeal of the class was thai it brought people into comment on health concerns in a way thst had practical appli- cation for the students." said Wilma While, assistant profess- or for !he university's physical education department. Woodwind Citv slums? at L of L So. Vn'i :i c: c'swr.'cwi lar'-b-idge. I1-! en crpc w-'cr ere a'cy will faJ cs ext-na's d from tne proposed Wcedworcs store. crK ccuid scssi'ciy rcve been u-der redevelopment now if the federal gever.i- ment hcd rot put o en urban fur.a'i a few years ogo. Grcensn of rs art? row living in re- tirement ofi the ar.d not oesn b ccctscr wii tis Pool for many years. Families and iriencs ci early INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSiTER AGENCIES ITD. lawar Floor Si7 Fhcna 327-15'H A crecit series of private L--5Lrucu'ons for wood- wind iicrrvznenEiisz began a: the University of Lahbridce Fricay. ab'.e in oboe. set and bassoon. The lesson ten-s is offered under the con- servatory program ct tie L ci L- music oeparurent Tx ccmrse is offeree Friday evenings and Saturdays oiril April 14. Orion ci tie Pincher Creek public school Research station has jobs The Leihbrid-E Research Dr. Andrews ssid there are for a the rural group are teachers from Leth- I bridge and Medicine Hat I schools. i "Last year enrolment In rural schools dropped by two per cent yet there was a four per cent cut b staff." Mr. Purdy said. He ssid no enrol- ment or staff projections are j available for the 1973-74 term. I Hay Clark, chairman of the Southern Alberta School Author- contact with experts who could ities Association, confirmed his contention Friday thai teacher salary increases will total S3 per cent. Mr. Clarx said increased costs to board txidgea io- teacber increments, pius in- creased training, bnr.g tie total package to an S.9 per cent boost. He agreed with rural teach- ers that no fringe benefits are included under the new contract award. Terms of the c ?iliaa'on Science fair to include 90 projects Education conference on reserve A special education confer- Kce will be held Feb. 5 at the S. Paul's Residence on t h e Blood Iixiiarj Reserve north of The day-long seminar, stsn- isg 9 a.m.. win include dis- plays, discussions and work- shops. Pauline Zukiwski wi> dissoa "the perpetually handicapped chjld." Merve Kowalchuk will discuss "the inquiry approach'1 to social studies and Roger Staszko will direct E wortebop en "mathematical games." The conference, entitled ID- F.itute of ladiridualization. win cocciuoe a; 3 p.m. A luncheon be provided for persons Nearly 90 projects are expect- ed to be included ia the llth attending the study, at a cost annual Lethbridge Regional of fl. h award shwv an increase in Science Fan- scheduled for: op- lejcijgr salaries, for first-year March 17 and 18 m the Eshibi- Station hasn't fillki anv- cf the a n'jmher of positions open for erator for the data processing teachers, tum to S3 JCO tion Pavilion. An andiron and is required for each prospective stucent prior_to regtaranon for the course. Fee for tie course is S55. The program is also ot'erirg voice aid lessons iob oseiiEgs UboTStorr tedmical support section. a federal govemiers; ci- Apphcaats for these jobs, tee clerk needed to asast rec; sL-.ce the should have at teas high the archivist son and compile anr.oinceniec: Wednesday. bioioe" since the areas ;o be a large anount of siored in-, Dr. J. E. Andrews, cirecror covered icci-jce eatocwlogy, formaaon oa the history oi Herald , plact and soil scecces. I agricuhnre and the Lethbridge Ha said preference will be Research SStion for the sta- riven tn persons with bigber don's archives, [eveis oi education. AH positions are open to both There U also oce positkc open aza recencly the jobs will provide relief for person? vrho are sea- Eonalir Tne pro- cram will jots for three to four niottis. Dr. Andrews said the pro- crarz allow the sta-on to a r-u of which were behind schedie because oi stair short- ages. Meeting set on pageant rsons irtsrestec r, ;r.e "rS, Grain producers sought A to attend conference _ u- i Tbe Assoaaion of Productions wiU hold ac organ- uatonal mee-jnz to discuss pageant plans for the RCMP centennial celebrations. The meeting will be anerded. The fair'5 fmanHal rhairman T. G. Atkinson, says 90 to 1-10 students from throughout South- ern could tike part in this year's project. In a report to public school trustees rekawd Monday, Mr. Atkinson said the continued support of business, industry and civic organizations is srill needed for the financial aspects of the event. "AH contributors ire recog- niied and acknowledged by re- applied Scl61ltlStS HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th Sf. 5. Phone 328-1778 We Are Pleased fo Announce Thai WB u. now official Dtaltn Fcr L.D.S. Books, Missionary and Genealogical Supplies For the 151st Quorum of the 7ffi Ws have n large Inventory ef Seeks and Supplier with cnple free parking lo your ihopping convenient to you. d grain pro- d'jcers a: a hirh esergy grains :r.d oiieeds irAstry corier- eics b Calgary is being The cccieresee is JK a pol- Toe pur- pose is to gather facts perti- nent to the ioduscry. The of speakers acd pan- Kotch, Jack win ciscsss elists isciuces A. M. Rucci- and Dr. John nan. president re the United Smith and Kitr.- DurJop. presi the Grain Growers Limited; Chris dent, esecuave Miii. of toe Cana-, and secretary respectively a ______ oisn CEalemeii's Assccadai; i the Travel and Convention As- "as Paffiser Hotel Jotc Chsmon. cteirman of the jsociation of .Mberta. Mr. Smith said the members Iccai Cirada Manrower Cen'.rs or get acciiiccai niomsdon from tie research station. The jobs will be resuiineci to persons :j X.- berta to hdp aleviate tr.e local rirua'jor., said Dr. Arc-eys. Tze wiil be provided fa various areas, inducing small ECO bii'dizg re- Jan. 15 to 17. the conference Alberta Grain Commission; acd i The conference acd poteciial iects of devekipraents b V.estem Canaiian grain zzd oiLseed indisry iDtemadonal. natkoa! a a d regional aspects of enviromnen- :al cusiity is the topic of dis- in Ottawa this week Research Sta- tion. Dr. N. D. Holmes. Dr. J. C. ETaHifid _-_ Cj-x-it- TV T) C by the seven mem- registration as a charitable or-: T Q here of the association, which gaiization." Mr. Atkinson said. He said without financial aid from groups throughout South- em .Uherta. fair could not be possible. Toe object of the Science Fair i5 :o encoursEe srudoits to the association, wnicn is orgariiTbg the pageant Tee ight. Toe Sourd and The The memtiers are Mayor Id. Steve Hale, Neai. Frank Jerr.' VTeiritraui are all involv- ed in major research programs at the stati qualiry of soils. ers of Southern Alberta. Tbe niee'-mgs b Ottawa are on r-Eure plans for re- pair project which wfli require is spoisored by the Alberta ci- Dr. S. A. Weils, cerealist at the sen-ices of vision of the Canaian Feed the Letbbndge Research S laborers. Man-jfaccurers' Assocaiion. ton. win discuss nominations for an enlarsed board, the eiecaorj of officers, an-d K-.e3bership fees. Martin Bros. Funeral Homes Ltd. (2nd GENERATION) Serving South Alberta for over half a century (1922-1972) Presents THE SUNDAY HOUR ig a research prowcl. Tne Science Fair concept is a need in this commun- is affiliated with the Youth Science our top three or focr exhibitors are given the to partichiate in the annual Can- Mr. wi-j snd recyclbg o! crop residues, animal asd aero-bcrjsrrial waste. Tae accuniulaaoa of pesticides, and non-acricultural i'jiarjl! win also be discussed. Barn buildiD2 seminar set A special bog barn construe-; tion seminar wiH be held Wed-: nesday at p.m. on the: Mezzanine Floor of the Leth-, bridje Exhibition Pavilion. Rod Constable, regional en- gineer for the enzirteerine home design 6: the Alberta. depar.rr.ent of agriculture. Will be the fearured speaier. j Tne topics to be covered ic- I elude building design ventila-' :ion. manure disposal, spray cooling and heaiir.E. All interested ar.d hog producers are urged to tend. i Dr- to speak here Alberta cf Pub- lic Works Dr. Wiasra Backus, will t-2 the iearjred a: the o: the Le-j- for Svea Ericksec's Family Restaurant Jan. 25, Election oi officers for the UTHXTr-ir.g >xar and o.' _' revised articles of the Iccii association are part of '--.3 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH CsrtiCtd Denial Capitol Furniture Bldg, Om PHONE 32B-76E4 BM TABER KNOX UNITED CHURCH YOUTH AND SENIOR CHOIRS D -ec'cr c-d MJUCOLW SUNDAY, JANUARY Utr, to a.m. and P.T.. to a.m. OOC-TV CHANNEL 7 THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avtnue ioutn 703 13tS Street North 2nd GENERATION FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND ADMINISTRATIVE COUNSELLORS FOR PRE-ARRANGEMENTS (Authorized by Albena Government Security Corrtmiuion) Parade Homes SHOW HOME Open to the Public Sunday, Jan. 14 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. 1906 LAKESIDE ROAD (2 dwn N. of Weoln main tntrann) PARADE HOMES LTD. Phone 328-8535 ;