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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta J6 UTHBRIOGE HERAID Wednejday, January IT, Province 'dragging feet' in civil service talks id.ir.or. of. Alberta tr: Uthbruise :ire still fc; :cr. ihir.g to sort out row thai s government is responsible Mr. Broad 7 o: Ej.T.or.ton. cf :l'e association. provincial SO per c: the association's ci! fi '.re Aitens Al- coholism aitri rru; Abuse- Com- mission ar.il about ir.w em- ployees ir. ill de- partments expired 31. our tr.err.ber io t h e Etovernmer-t in October" Mr Broad says. "There have been ru.-erous rift'tings sutce. but :re go-, ernmect has cot approved cur requests. has it cctne back to us with an'-' definite proposals." One 01 :he jobs the new govenrmert w-as faced with, he said, was to settle trs? strike of correcri.or.il officers. "ii trey de-r t do something soon, there co-id be sons other Ward Ingofcby. c-hairman Branch of the association. Lechbridse mem- bers. say? some rentative have been reached on benefits but else. The association. he says, has asked for a minunum of a mociii. There now are ro ;cb classificirior.5 below rhit figure. The association is r.e- on approximately "N irb A survey in Le'hbridse ibout si3 months aso, Mr. IcsoLcsby showed most association member "Tv-ere being paid less garbage coLleCTC-rs." The lowest paid members oi the asscciatioE. he said, earn 5303 monthly. Thsir salary can hcrease :o S372 after eight vears of The avers ge salary be t477 which increases to S600 after eight years of service. The association is bargaining for key classes in 10 divisor. he said. Tee to guv- ernmor.t to about 50 pases Tne now i? in the process of eoirpari- s-OHi siir.Uar jobs iii proviTiCft? fj" presentation to the government. Mr. Ingoldsby said. Evolution classes cause society's ills Teacher aides in public schools Vrre not frills' Soce the 3! teacher aides to be hired ---.is year by ire Lethcricse public School Board are already at wcrk 21 sone schwis LhrouEhout ;he per- sonnel rjrecr.cr Dr. Gerry Probe said Monday. The aides are throush a KT.WJ tives anzoir-.c- ed earlier this by Dr. Prcfce. A teacher is r.c-: a rrCi within tr.e school system, al- aides do a'lcv bridge taspjyers to receive tet- ter cellar, Dr. says. tLiCss ors usec iron Graces 10 li as in classes :cr siucer.-ts learning Al! our schools could nse 2: least aides. "Teacher aides car. prepare naieriai fw teachers to use. Preparation is cc-Ee aider tie direction of the tEacher. "This gives the teacher uic-re time to swrc with his s'-j- dents as a STC-IJD an." ly.'' Dr. Prcce said. Men and are ed equailv 'or teacher aide em- ploymeri-.. Dr. PTDM mcst applicants mus: have a Grr.de 12 educalion. some have ral- degreef. ethers have business or" secretarial At the Lethcridge Colieriate Institute, a teacher aide will be hired to assis- v-l-j science- labs. Another cc'iiid be eniploy- ed in LCI's autoniotives depart- mect. Dr, Probe said. Aides are placed on the school payroll aftrfr consultation be- tween officials a: aU public schools. Csr.sda Manpower ar_d Dr. Prcbs's office. The need for teacher aides at each school and the tocal enrolment of each the factcrs considered by Dr. Probe before an aide is hired. Genera! Stewart Dr. prcte said, has an erirolrrer.: cf only Because that school has a rezistra- tior. and because r.o srecial disability classes are induced at the school. one aide wili be employed there. Al'.houah fnrrncl no'i'ica'Jcr. of this year's LIP grant has not yet been received by Dr Probe, aides are beins hired for the public sys- tem. ire 30 aide; eiuected !o employed will in public through to the end of May. Dr. Probe said 7! requests for teacher aides were receiv- ed this year but because c-i LIP restrlctic-ns, the number was cut to 30. Ee said complete details o! this Dear's LIP erar.t have not vet been received. science courses we-re cited '.his week by Leth-, bridge eva_ngelist Donald Giv- ens S3 bcm2 contributors to so-' clety's unrest. "I believe with ail ay heart: that the teaching of evolution theory in school is the cause i of ills in Mr. Givecs raid a a public discussion Tuesday everise b' the Frin Sick Memorial Sports Centre. "If you teach E young girl or boy they are nothing more than an arimai. then don't be sur- when they start to set animals." Mr. C-iveia. ieader of t h e Srurhside Church of Cnrlst rongreeadon. was sceaking m. the topic: Evolution's Prcot of God. The meeting WES ed rr 15 persons. Atheists, aerserics. waoder- ers arjj pilgrims of every per- suasion are imiijd io atterd thsse Tuesday erecmg discus- "The tjursose of these gaft- erlr.gs is to get people involv- ed ir. a muvuai discussion about irs rot an argument." Mr. Givers exn'abed. Meetings will continue weekh- at tl-e same 'ccition imtil M.-.rch. except for Feb. 20 and Pageant meet scheduled Wingless veteran This Second World War B-25 light bomber left Clam- Holm airport about 8 a.m. Tuesday complete with police escort arriving in Courts about p.m. ll will re- stored and on display ct the Be'more (Altamont) Museum in the border community by the end of April, The air- plane was obtained by the museum from an Edmonton firm which owns several of the craft. Ervln photo CITY DRIVER KILLED IN TASS TRUffi A Letbbridge truck driver was kiUed early Tuesday morn- L-g when the oil-tanker truck he was driving plunged into the Elk River about three miles north of the Natal townsite. Ross Thomas Joocson, 36. of 10C1 St S.. employed by CP Transport, was hauling a load of oil to the Fordin2 Coal mir.? ahoet .'0 tniUv of Natal in t-e Pas.? at about v-hen his truck :eft the road near the Milk River bridge on the Elk Valley highway, three miles north of the Highway 3 junction A spokesman at CP Traaspori said that Johnson had been stationed at Sparwcod for about two weeks. Police said some oil leaked from the track's fuel tanks, bet the tanker itself was described as sound, with no danger K a larse oil spill. TAEER CLOSING BYLAW Store's appeal denied An appeal launched by E Ta-. prove an exception is on UK the by-law, Judge Turcotte ber variety store against a con- accused. said. viction under that town's clos- In its original case, the Tx appeal slso contendtd ing bylaw has been dismissed hid thoT.Ti evidence that a pai- that the Crown failed to prove by District Court Judge L. S. of toe rubbers and a pair o! the identity o! the accused in Turcotte. jeans were sold from the store the charge. The Taber Five Cent To One between p.m. and 9 p.m. Judge Turcotte replied that Dollar Store was found guilty Saturday Sept. 23. while under the charge was laid against the of the bylaw infraction Nov. 14 the law. tlTe store should have Taber Five Cents To One Doliar and need S15 and 54.30 in costs, dosed at 6 p.m. Store Ltd.. the same corporate The appeal, dismissed in written judgement issued Jan. included o any exceptions i 11, gives eigbt arguments why the conviction should be quash- rubber and Scans ?re no' ?rfty 'o the Town of Tiber a business licence. L. D. Maclean, acting for the said that the Crr-wn fail- ed to prove that the store vio- lated the terras under the by- law. Vnoler the closing bylaw cer- tain stores seliinE particular items do not have to comply with its provisions. Judge Turccte stated in reply to this point that the onus to ir.e .Association for Histories! Productions v.-ill hold a public Feb. 13 to elect offi- cers and disccss for srae- ir.g a pageant durirg ROI? certenual celebrations. The public is ur.-lted to attecd ;eeting at 7'30 p.in. A'o injuries in bus crash District man fined for over-delivery A Noblelord firmer has rapeseed this year pleaded guilr.- to a charge of ca'ose I'm diseusted from the exceeding" his rapesccd q'-xxa whole which started last allocation. spring" East Socreds choose officers EUI Mehecen has been elected president for 1373 ot the Lei- bridge Esst Social Credit Asso- cirtion. Cteer officers are John Leer- en, first vice president: Rco- en Kotesar. second vice-j-resi- ilent: Dunne third ard Dong M-j.-ron, Clarence who farms west cf Nobleford. was fined Sji) ar.d S 50 cosis ir, Picture A three vehicle collision in-'highway, skidded across tie i field where it came to Ejtte Provbcial Judge's Court oU-ing, a Lethbrldge Transit rccd iitto the corth ditch, went rest. location to be araxrurced later, System bts. at the intersection Ihrouzh a fesce sidewayr. roH- MarJ-ko is in sstisfactory Frari Smith. eiec-Jtive cf I6th Ave. and JXh St S.. ed. came back up 'CK the condition tcca--- in St. JE- p-esicent cf the Travel acd Tuesday ariercw. has cr-used wheels, and skidded' into tie ciaei's. Cc-tr.-ention ci South- a estimated K.6CO ert; Alberta, said Tuesday. but ?L-. Strjth ote of the sever T-S miihcp occurred when a frt-Tdsg rrf-obers of the asso- car driven! by Terje A. Johar- cijtlon. said a mesticj o{ the sen. :i. 13th Ave. S. erter- fcuprij-g mec-bers was held cd the fron Tuesday on which a rnernber-. St. az-d was in collision a ship drive WES also launched, car dri.-en by Everett K. in Southern ATberta rMmpsoc. 25. "973. I'Sh St S. Symphony to play Orpheus Mar.r seats or. ooeritz richt Tns Lethoridge Syrnphray ___ Association will its pro- are reserved for Act. -ho is interested to iota the The Johansan car wert o'.t of auction of the three-act opera son ticket holders. !w; seats for the iol- wren be guilty to the charge oi rareseed. A test case recenLV m Letb- PYo'-incial resuit- er in a %-ictcrv by the Cin- t----. YTnert Ecjrd wren Pn> J-_-dge A. H. Elford fcund that of setd to a dontesdc crushing c: a grt'3 uader the Carson Weather flooding association can do so." he said. control, skidded side-rays, and Orrj'neus. Jan. 3 and 30 at the the secorxi perforrnai fee is SI for this collided with the b-us. Vates Memorial Centre. [awing evening are u year, freer the Joaacsen and Thoxps o n The written by, Tickets are available in ad- were taken to St. Michael's Christapber V. Cluck, is based vaace "a- 07" at the in; sember must have paid the General Hospital, treated for on the ancient Greek tragedy o; i p.m. New World-Leader in Low-Cost Electronic Printing Calculators. Royal Digital XII personal electronic printing calculator 12-djgir printout pnnli Icrga easy-to-reod Frintl negalivei in red. Performi All Major Calculation Functioni lublrccvjn, r-jred and percsnt cokjlo'lc-. Quiet, Cflmpaet, Easy to OperotB ct cpy Cone in and try it. The way wa figura it ycu'll ba glad you did. Various models Io choose From Now only................... S415 CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 119 7lh STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-1591 Euridice and Orpheus. Orpheus. 3. musician, is al- lowed by the gods io go dtrvt; -to the Underworld to sees or- ris deceased wife. Euridice. his music. Orpheus is __ tanoe the funes cf the was w-est- Underworld, however cocditions llCl'f :ee. minor injuries, and released. "Those who wish io vote or A single vehicle accident serve on the board mrsc be b_ss sent a Fort paid members.'' be said. Macieod tnan to Si. Michse'.'s Mr. Smith said plans for The Genera! Kospiial. after his car Sight. The Sound and The wert out of control on Highway a pageact to be held liter this 3. one mile west of Kipp. io' tj- year and possibly repsctKi ue-rt Acton Marlrio. 45. was west-' Underworld year in conrecticn with 'he bound his car skidded out. worsen 2nd Ortjheus is centenroal, wi.l dis- of coatrol. wer.' fcto the b" cussed at tne meeting. 'median, came back oc the Of E0j of" love. Arrc-r. who declares tnat Orpheus has sui- fe-cd eoc Judges to vie ic 500 dogt each day oi local shoii -Keia at Mr. Ericisca said be had mace seven or eight court ap- pearances and h-r- was gfriig tired of it. He said ihe busy asoD was gettiae near time io keep rumia: to Picture _. Butte from Xobleford. ohstacce Tr.e weather is city's L-Janc ekating ririks prcgratn. "We ge; rinks in fast er.cugh ID be before the warm weather makes them un- usib'e.'' Bcb commu- nity sendees directcr said. Tne city his flooded nine nnks Li different coramunitiM and have bee- requests Mishap victim from enough, and thai Euridice will be. restored to The cast features sc-oraros The ir.ar. injured in day's coliisior. rear About dogs are eracted to be entered each day of the spring 1573 ail-breed dog and obediance trials. Tne judges for tha sho-rs are Marion. PjstEiie. Vancouver: B.C.: T. E. Gur.derson. Ocrawa1 Peter The shows, sponsored hv the .Smith, Woodstock. timer and" District Kennel Grieve, Calgary: and John Ma- Ciub. wiU be held Aori! 21 and chaiek. Lethbridge. 12 at the Exhibition Paviiioti. Dog entries are expected shoil's fsature of the ccra- 5 for from" ali the western provinces and some rcarbv safes. _ u j the Canadian Kerjie! Cluo. i In 1972 the exhi- Twi addoi wili permit i niters from as far away as Min- the exhibition of Akitas. Bichon I r.eota and California, and the i Frise. Australian Cattle Does, r.umber of local entries was up Australian Kelpies. Border Col- considerably from past years lies, Miniature Bull Terriers, i v-ith many local pets e-Tcelling Soft-coaled Terriers. in the corarxi-titions, a spokes- Spinoni ILaliani and Tibetan man said. Terriers. as anc eorsutaticn. tenor Michael Kaufir-anr. as Or- pheus. The dramatic cast be hacked up a 50-voice chci" and a cuar.ct cf strings Cr.her rr.'usical rr.er.t te prcr.-lded by vrij'rcd V.'oolr.ouse. ar.d obcBa-1 ECONOMY REMNANT CENTRE 310 6th Street Sculh Phone 328-0252 3-DAY CLEARANCE SALE Thursday, Friday and Saturday January I8lh. ond 20lh :b-'C5 t'- tlpl-9 Rerp-a-'s ty tr-e Pru-i STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 3-DAY CLEARANCE OF PAIR SLACKS AND JEANS WESTERN WESK 50% to 75% off GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE CHARGEX) PHONE 328-4726 All Salei Cath and Finol No rcfundi or tschonget All allerotioni txlra. LEVIS FLARES Anorled ilripei, bruihed cotton, dtnimi, livii (ordi. lur- cjundy and brown, (Waiit 26, 37, Reg., to 12.95 1'9S to LEATHER JACKETS Suedes and Split Cowhidei CROUP 1 QP Keg. 50.00 to 60.00 GROUP 7 Entire ilccV ot winter jacktn. On al LADIES' SUITS 9 ONLY and Reg. 10 39.95 Ai law 01 9-95 ;