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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? That it CMfl no more to plan your TRAVEL OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. lower Level Strett Shopping Mall Letlumage Hcraia SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, .Alberta, Saturday. Januarv 20, 1973 PAGES 13 TO Alberta Phone (4031 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE teachers to converge on Lethbridge for annual convention More than 1.300 teachers from said the two-day conference will bridge, the University of Leth- Retiring teachers will be Dr. Bryce. from the L'niver- Association: Charlie Dr. Earie HawiesTorih. dep-tliroughout southwestern Alber- De headquartered at LCI with bridge (education facullv) and honored at a banquet Feb. 22 in 0[ Alberta's department of Alberta Teachers Association: utv minister of education, will ta nil! converge on Lethbridge ieveral slated for oth- two the Le'abridge Exhibition Paril- ediicaUonal administration, will Jim Bate, manager of the Un- address delegates Feb. 22. month from "now for the 73rd cr near "Delegates will have an op- ion- speak at 6 p.m. Feb. 21 to a employment Insurance Com- ijgo to artend the annual convention of the South Attending the Feb. 22 and 23 to choose from three Prior to the program meeting in Sven Ericli- convert as guesi Western Albena Teachers' As- will be teacher dele- Q[ specia- offered of workshops and special pro- Familv of mblisb- E' SamiKl Proctor, o: New sociMon. g5te3 the CrOT'5nest Pass. Feb. 22 and from more than 12 gr2KS- Robert Bryce will M convention ers: Dr. Leon Jakoboriis. Uni- VorL- and Dr. S. A. Earl, factiirv K. C. Sauer. principal at Plncher Creek, Cardston, War- jpecialist workshops the next discuss utilization of task forces s c b e d u 1 e are Hugh Teskey. versity of Hawaii: and Dr. John of education, Universe" of Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. ner. Taber. the Counry of Leth- Mr. Sauer said. in education. president, Retired Teachers' Hunt. University of Montana. Councillors charge city shutting county out of discussions By GREG McLVTVRE Herald Stafi Writer Accident scene The firs department was called to an accident at 6lh Ave. and 7th St. S. at about 11 Friday to wash away gasoline that had spilled from one cf two vehicles involved in a collision. A car driven by Terry Paul Smith, 22, of 1235 5t-i Ave. S., hit a parked cor owned by Dick Tuk, of 512 21st Si. 5. Police say the Tuk vehicle was pushed onto a power pole guide-wire and overturned, ipilling gasoline onto the street. Mr. Smith and o 20-year-old passenger, Jean Tur'on, of 807 7lh Ave. S.. re- ceived minor injuries. Damage to the cars has been eslimaied c! Rick Ervin phots of Lake Park. 20 miies jorLhwest o- Leihbridge. In a letter to council. Mr. Lethbndge county councillor; Fletcher said h? -.vo-jld like to were miffed Friday at not be- operate the park and discus; ing iorited to a number a re- future development. The com cent in the city. Disgran'Jed councillors said discussions about the smeii blamed on City Packers 'locat- ed in t h e coiar. ur.prtr.-e- rr.eit3 to field airport. the provincial property rec-'jction plan Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell _ The provincial department of health and social development, which partially items such homes, liltes to v.'ork through established foandatims. he quest irotrj nine Coaihurst resi- dents to reimburse Ibera LVC cost of oiling the main street in the ban's. Tne nine each paid S10. TTE ckparnaerjt of nigh- minee v.-tll hear his proposal h "letter fro- D. D. D-ori LeBaror.. sdmirjsrrs- Kjciunis-kl. iratiic p.anning ett- tor of Green Acres FotLndatiot; gneer. Erkocctcc. ssked tie v.hich rois ihree senior citizens to fea: homes b Lethbridge. said pro- they require a department per- posed senior citizens homes for rru't to build frithin feet o! and Picrjre 3'Lirte 2 higltv.-ay. shculd bs Picrjre planned Tuesd Street and other matter; should have involved a county repre- sentative. 'The city wants even-one '.o pound the cirupj and beat ihe band when they want s County reverses direction on snowmobile bylaw AGREEMENT SIGNED BY COUNTY, UNION at your own risk" used on or near any roade. would not necessarily exempt The majoriri- of death and in- liability. I juiy caused by snowmobiles re- sult from collisions with motor vehicles, he said. Offe'. houever. said the ana up A proposal to permit sno-.v mobiles near was aban- doned by Lelhbridgp Lhe from council Friday out of concern said Gerry Offet. for the accicVnt hazard the- reg- "In December council had dir- ularjon ivould hare created, Jlr Offe; to orenare a bv- ------------------------------i A told council that a ]3W ta" ayow snomobilffi use of .county had the authority to per-1 to 50 workers durag the summer. Occupations ir.cltrae meci- tri-law pemutiicj snowmobiles to alongsid; roads mil snowmobiles near ccimty j anics. welders, eoruipment operators and truck drivers. travel in ditches Er.d other lard A request for the bylaw came roads, but recommended i-------------------------------------------------------------------------- near roads could make pjcture Butte snm. against it. county for accidents. 'nubile club. Without the Even Xne off-lutliw ay Vehicle Act.-bilers travelling on counh" land passed at ie (all legislature, are trespassing and an acci- 1 prohibits the use of snow- dent can not be blamed on Lhe mobiles on hichways. However, counly. be said. the act cives 'municipal govern- On a motion by Coun. Jolin iir.ent the right to pass bylaws Murray, council voted five to permitting snoivmobiles and two to cancel plans for other off-highway vehicles to IsuowmooAle bylaw. operate within rheir jurisdic-1 MOVING? the j diction. Highways Minister Clarence Copithome in a Herald inter- I view in December objected ta the proposed covnty bylaw. ir.g should not be charged Coun. John Murray. Reeve Dici Pajivprth said he will try through private discus- sions with various city council members to get a rep- resentative Lirited when mat- ters of mutual concern are to be discussed. In other co-jury council busi- ness Friday: Manager Bob Madili rt poned that the pro- ride the cotnry with a price esimate to :riclu5e communit- ies near Lethbridf e in city doa- catd-jn? service. Coun." Murray said Sbaugro- essy. Faimew. Haraierille and other small commuriities becominE overrun wiib stray The deparrmerjr of hijh- ways be asked to investi- gate some kind of traffic con- trol device on Highway J. near Broxbum about four miles of Letbbridge. Coun. Steve Sieroio said atito- tr.obiles no not stop wnea schMl buses pick up ua- load children there. Council r.ime-d do-sr-. re- quest that county bsnkiiE be WATERTOX LAKES NA- ranged estensii-elv throughout through the local Alberts PARK Five surplus the Watenon La_te srpa" anri Treasury ..u. Maoiil said. Gran. Sietnlto said z. commit- tbiog. but wnen the county s m- ;ee of co3-erDed a volvea it's a oifjerent maner: coaldaJe has collected the 1111IJ1O> people 65 ana A hetetoiie material eel 400 over in the area wishing to live in a senior citizen? borne. The committee clans to sur- vey the neeo! for such a home The Canadian Union of Pnbb'c Employees and Le'.hbridge county have reached a one-year agreement for on a contract to cover public works employees. Top paid heavy equipment operators will receive in- creased from 53.60 an hour. The bottom wage, for laborers, will be S2.73 per hour, up from S2.30. The agreement covers about 20 permanent Enelisa traeswr says the rn-iiry of material submitted for the IP73 edition of the cam- anj 'perhaps apply to the fed- pus' creative iotrrjal. program for stone, shows a narked im- provement from las year's copy. la a prepared statement re- leased this -iveei. Martin Oordt Mid many good short stories were received trt.- yesr by the board, although prerry subrrjissicos are less -ton those of Our deadline is Feb. 1 ''Waterton buffalo shipped to Morley he said. Cotm. Henry Xurnml said residents at Picture Butte have tried for a number of years to get E senior citizens borne there. Cotirjcil rr'Tectec an ofier rrorr; tre ottice of Mar- athon Realty Co. Ltd to buy va-cant land near CP Rail tracks at Tempest. Brojtbum and Chin u SoJLben .Alberta. a e Tae offer cime in a lerter from R. A. Jrnith. operations manager. Prairie division. Mar- athon. A budfet of S51.9.XI for the agrjcuifore committee approved. The committee IP72 budget was The propnseo In- cludes for administra- tion. weed control, and Si .W warble control. Trte pro- vLirial department of agricul- ture will pay leaving the c-otrtty to pay Sol.375. T'J? cixrr.rv refused a re- we are still reoeiv-ing material. VTe don't intend to automatic- ally publish. nat's s-ubtnitte-d. are attempting to make B wor.liwhtle p'ubn- cation. only the best material." Mr. Cord: said. Now in its third year of pub- lication. TTnetstone is designed to encourage creative art and v.Titng. Included ir. this year'? edition will be reprints of four woodcuts and engravings by Banff arasi Jar. Smith. semmav set LIFF BLACK, Certified Denial SLACK DENTAL LAE MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Level PHONE AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy in year rsund Comfort Phone 327-5816 ycu plcnrinp a ban- reception or >cc'nl gathering scon? Let pare and serve a >s meal to your THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up to 125 persons is available al all times. Phone early for icservations! JUST CALL 327-0240 OR 327-297 LOTUS Across From The CPU Depot A ici explain the and service1? of li'.o Alberta Teaciwrs' Associniion to nf-v of tbe bririge local will bo held Feb. 3. TIC half-day conference, from ?..m. to 12 r.o.m. tx? held ,-t Sven Far.iily Resiaurani. Don Cnse, ATA exocir.ive member, ana Vv.'l Cousins, li1- cal presidenl. are expected to attend the1 conference. HOME OWNERS! If your home is left unattended For even cne night you should Have a HONEYWELL WINTER WATCHMAN buffalo from the park range here are being shipped to the Morley Indian Reserve to srp- p'.enient the existing herd there. Supt. Dave Adie said todav. National park studies indi- cate die 350-acre fenced ranee now occupied by the park exhi- bition herd can adequately sup- port 15 buffalo and the r.iirr.'.v-r will b- t'-" iovc' in The Morley Indian Band raw bss about SO bufialo wltich they are raising for commer- cial purposes. There are also about 20 other private herds across Canada which have boon estahlislied through buffalo sur- pluses in several other national parks. The intent of this pro- gram is Id assist ranching oper- ations in creating a viable in- dustry based on market. Mr. Adie The five animals slated for (lie '.V.H-VI o htive already boon lured into a corral by enticing them with hay and liave been i'lstvr.ed by the health of ani- mals hr-inch of the department of agriculture. Tlw will be picked up today by trucks sent from the re- serve. Historically. Ibo bufftilo area ana since 1952 the park has main- tained small herds to give them in what was once their own natttral Barbados speak Barbados' hUh commissioner to Canada. Oliver H. Jackmar.' will be guest speaker lic lecture Jan'. tM ai the Uni- versity of Leihbriiige. Mr. .Tackman speak on the political, social and educa- tional problems and prospects specialty of Barbados and the Caribbean ;aid Islands. His talk w-.ll be held m room of the academic- resuience slarting nt 11 a.m. ___ said his" off'ee is satisfied with service at the Royal and Com- merce banks where trie ceais. There is -ttle if ar.v diiier- Tre.isur.' Branch and Lie char- tered banks, he ssrri e A will be ec ber-veen tre co-nrj- f.-.A tne'-ihridge Xortiien I-icatior. ccnstnictior. A similar meeting re- civ.tly held w'.'.h the St. Irrigation District. The iv.rks committee veil with Chiles r. B.irons area farmer, who 1-is asicd to tJike over the oper.i- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Sthwortr Bldg. 232 Slh SI. S. Phone 37S-4095 SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINErj WATER S110 INSTAILED Phone 328-2176 PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 St. S. end 1SUA 9ih Ave.S PHONE 327-41-41 327-5151 327-7771 AYNSLEY BONE CHINA 10-INCH PLATE :he 25th onniverwr.' M H.M. Q'jstn Elizabeth I! ond H.R.H, Prince fhe olare f ecru res West- mnsier Abbey ".'here ihi marr'oge joak piece. Priced from Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN EACH Sold by CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Avenue S. LETHBRIDGE Phono 328-3386 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Ph. 378.0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thuri., Fri. till 9 p.m. E. S. P. FOX Csrlificd Denial Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB L.TD. 204 Medical Bldg. Phone 327-656! IT'S NEW IT'S OUR FIRST "SPRING DECORATOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL" yoj can liove tHat beciLliful decorctcr poilrait you v( npridnr price. ct o frac Aid (CT iKp Id'ger a icuntpri end tevU'red o Rraular Tncs J4S.SO Spring Sprciol V 70 well liip I ready fe- Spring Special MAKE NO MISTAKE! You know th' bur Thi it 1224 3rd Ave. South Opposite the Elks Club 327-3673 or 337-2605 ;