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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVELLING TO EUROPE We are ogenti for TRAFALGAR, GLOBAL, and SOUTHDOWN TOURS Let ui arrange your land tours. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 324.320! The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, January 26, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 22 LETHBRIDGE OfFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Ltvel 7ih StrMl Shopping Moll Lefhbridgi, Albirto Phoni (403 FILING CABINETS Strike by rural teachers looms; local counterparts settle By HERB LEGG Herald Staff IVrilcr e strike threat by more than 1.300 teachers in rural Southern Alberta begins to take shape, nearly 400 Leihbridge public school teachers voted to accept salary in- creases and a new contract for 1973 and 1974. Bill Cousins, local president of 'he Alberta Teachers" Asso- ciation, said Thursday the pub- lie school contract was ap- proved by more than 80 per cent of the teachers in- volved. The public board's offer means a 6.2 per cent raise for teachers this year, increasing to seven per cent in 1971 The contract expires Dec. 31. 1974. The new salary scale ranges from a minimum of S8.700 to a maximum S14.13Q per year. A total of 388 teachers are under the public board's jurisdiction. ''Negotiations went very well. Tre board tried to be very fair. Of course we don't feel we got even-thing we'd like, but that's pan of aa ATA spokesman said. On the rural front, more than 1.300 teachers face a strike sit- uai'cn within a time. The teachers, represented by the southwest district. to CM a con- ciliation board award of 6.2 per cent in salary increases. Members of the Southern Al- berta School Authorities Asso- ciation, who approved the wage offer by a vote of 16 to two. said rural teachers hsve actual- Iv defeated salary boosts toial- ling 8.9 per cent (after incre- ment allocations are consider- Mel Spackman. communica- tions officer for the ATA south- west district, said teachers re- jected the conciliation award by a 65.3 per ceci margin vote. Of the 975 teachers who cast ballots. 637 voted no. 337 voted yes. There was one spoiled bal- loi. "As far as the teachers rep- resentatives are concerned, v.e are prepared to seek strike vote approval this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. "The salary increases pro- posed were not adequate in re- lation to other awards in other parts of the province.'' Mr. Spackman said. If teachers approve strike ac- tion, which Mr. Spackman said has the backing of ATA south- west district officials, a formal request will be made to the In- dustrial Relations Board at Ed- monton. If the board gives i'-s approv- al to a strike vote, a date for such action will be set at the discretion of the board. Mr. Spackman. said proce- dures leading up to a general strike by rural teachers should be complete within two weeks. If wage proposals go to fur- ther mediation, or if rural trus- tees place a new offer before the teachers, a strike situation could be delayed four weeks. Mr. Spackman said be is sure teachers would have accepted the wage offer if fringe bene- fits had been included In ine package "'If they (trustees in- cluded 50 per cent of Alberla Health Plan premiums. Blue Cross and life insurance, I'm sure we have taught he said. Mr. Spackman said souih'.vst rural teachers not includir.2 those at Ltibbridge and Med- icine Hat will seek strike assistance from the Albrna Teachers' Association. altliouHrj "they're no; obligated to go along with that." Rural teachers been without a contract since Sr> tember of last year. Ray Cia.-k. chairman of the A'- bena School Authorities ciation. said the ner: is up to the teachers. Stewart asks U of L for public apology By HERB LEGG Herald Staff Writer Irpe president Dr. C D. Stew- the Lethbridge public. art. Dr. SteTvart said he has 115- Dr. Stewart, in a prepared sured Advanced Education Min- A better atUtude toward the statement said U of L vice- is'er Jim Foster that attempts Lethbrdge Cotn.iror.iry College president Dr. Owen Holmes has are being made to improve re- with 5 pub'.ic apology presented an unfavorable im- liuions between the U of L and i t.n asked today of the ptession of the college to the the college. University of Lethbndse by department of education and to As recently as Jan. 12. Dr. j Stewart pledged total co-opera-; i tion with the U of L when he i addressed the .Alberta Colleges I Commission here. He said, at i that time. LCC has no inten- tion of competing against the university. In his statement today. Dr. Stewart said his plea for better relations have fallen on deaf ears at U of L and public attitudes toward (he college hsve been worsened by Dr. Holmes. He said a Jan. 6 article In Treatment plant capacity raised Tee murky seen lately In many bathtubs doesn't mean Le-hbridce is full of dirty pec- pie. It does mean the city is in Lie midst of expanding the water treatment plant and is using tire old plant to ireet water de- mards The old plant, built around 1620. lacks the sophisticated sedimentation equipment to turn ou; the "polished water1' that the newer plant does. .An early break-up oi ice or. the Oldman River, caused by the warm weather, is contri- buting to the murky wster. city engineer fays. Mr. Ho'Je'.d aids there is nothing with the o_uality Dr. Holmes and the university. Tn that article, outlining an enrolment drop at the U of L. Dr. Holmes partially attributed the large decrease IE students CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial MKhunlc BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower level PHONE 327-2822 increased to per day and will eliminate the ,nas nau need for water rationing, Mi-. I to COL Ho'j'eid said. This is the first year the old nhnt has been used for a full I year since the main plant was built. It is usuallv used onlv LCC PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS Here's r.i-v- en n-iarctte smoking tha: ior no: b-c a suryris; to you0 that eties diT.'t to t-d for Jong -ds i time before of water being pumped to city residents. The main plant, built in 1954. is being expanded internally to The Lethbridge Herald has double the capadty to purify i changed his opinion of attempt- .L _. j ins to '-bury the hatchet'' with Work on the project started in Xovember and is scheduled for completion at the end of February. Last summer, whsn water was rationed between June and October, the plant was able to purap 15 million gallons of wa-! indirectly to tl-e Lethbridge ter per day to the city. This I Community College, summer, that amount will be I -'----------J million gallons.', H16, has had 66 students sides in the United States. That's an average of 13 students per year not very significant when you refer to the 300 or 400 students the university sug- durine the summer when more i geirs are water" is Deeded. i "This year, the college tran5- ferred five sudents to the uni- versity of Lethbridge. The uni- versity gave no credit to these student? (for LCC ex- _ cept for physical education courses taken during the period 1, 1 f _ o ct insturction with the uni- llcill HlliiH i versity." Dr. Stewart said. He said 10 students transfer- Flags at Lhe posi office and red to the Universit; Schmidt meets L200 Albertans Flags fh Citfs population reaches g it rip The city experienced a 24 survey, based on 14 cents per of Alber- per cent growth rate last year name. the provincial government ad- ta. from LCC over a four-year increasing to a population ot yne figures are used by the ministration buildine in Leth- period, all received credit from 42.S16 persons. a basis fo- Census takers during Lhe pas; coiiece educs- (u'o weeks have counted 1.P0S more residents than the 41.SOS Fc'! in t'ne deed OT winter is scrnethinc ihi? in o pasture cf the tetnbrio'oe mur.ity Coiiecs is ''eo-inc up.' But isr yet C Of SHOW EN'i- denf on the crcL'nd this By GREG McISTOJE Herald Staff Writer A candidate has met more than 1.200 Albertans face-to-face in his around-the- province campaign for the lead- ership of the Alberta Social Credit parry, says his campaign manager. Werner Schmidt. 40. presidcnt o: Lethbridge Com- tntmiry College, lias spoken to people from all 75 provincial ridings since deciarine his for the leadership Oct. C7, said Ray Speaker, the Socreo for LirJe Bern and a former provincial health end social development minis- ter, in a telephone interview from Edmonton. Mr. Schmidt was lhe first declared candidate in Lhe lead- ership contest which win be de- cided at a convention Feb. 1 to 3 b ISK proiiacial capital The others are Bob Ciark, former education John Ludwig, dean of tasiness at .Alberta College, an Edmonton private school, and Gordon Tay- lor, opposition boose leader and MLA for Dnimhc'Jer Mr. Schmidt, on a leave rf absence from the college to campaign, has spoken Et 15 candidates' fonnis 12 of which featured ail four candi- dates and at 40 con- stituency meetings in locations where forums were cot held, said Mr. Speaker. A all-candidates' forum is slated for Monday Et Cam- rose, he said. "Our b fte can- paign is to get as many people 1 ts possible lo rase'. Weracr m a person al basis." Mr. Speaker said ?it. has already spoken to about 70D delegates to the February couvention by telephone and teids to speak 10 at least :.KO delegates by tiie time the con- vention sta-is. About 1.500 dc-'teeares S.-E gt- pecied each of the 75 ridbc associations is erjtitlei to send -7 rrpresentaf.ves. Mr. Schmidt has traveled about ".500 miles by he said. The Schmidt campaign bead- quarters hsve bees in a fifth fJODr rcom at the Cniteau La- wnbe hotel h fbc? Jan. 4 and b? rnovaf -.0 the 22nd floor cuntig ihe con- vetititn. said the IttA. Mr. Schmidt will be back ir, Lethbridge rhis, weekend wfti his familv. DENBY end LANGLEY FONDUE PLATES SHERWOOD BOKHARA CANTERBURY SUMMIT CLEARING AT rH; flew a; half mast Thurs- one and a hilf years to tneir cay in memory of the United States president. Lyn- don B. Johnson. Mr. Jonnsoci's funeral was held in Lhe American capitol IVJLI, Thursday. He was to be buried courses i on his ranch in Texas. v from the Alberta llur.ic- years lor "'ILcihbricee Conmiunitv Ccl- a year ago. lege dees no: offer programs in northeast secuon c; of L. the ier.cing 1-amiful efi'K-ts: Two re- search in have proved that curette c.iusrs rr.ea- s'orablt1. in [ho i u n s s arc: heart; o: young. 'henlth1. For f-A.Tinplc. :r a stud- uivoV-'inc ronls a'. S.iri Fernando alify State ColU-LO v uas found that smoker? sho'ivc.-; a rver.suraMy- highcr D'.ood pressure ar.d heart rate lhan con sniokecs. And Wood was found to clot faster as well as contain a measurably-higher level of fatty acids than liw blood of non-smokors let's face it. It's your pood hoo.lih at slake. and it's your to make and here arc the [acts! Here at Slub'os Pharmacy, we're ahvnys p'.ad to answer aluays time to explain how to use your prescriptions, or anything else we have for you at IMS 9th An. S. Open daily f-jo a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Houdavi 11 j Doon to p.m. 1 1970 TOYOTA 51575 1970 VW DELUXE 1970 VIVA RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI 3rd and Mlh Si. t. Salo 328 city had the largest gain with 730 new residents. Southeast Lethbridge followed with an m- programs at the college deserve c He said ?.n inoreaso of jtti- residents, ar.d _. dents at LCC. during a period southwest pan of the city, down osnital Tp.e tion allows a borrowing cap- acity o; foil per capita. Another census be isse.1 this year. in Ne- f r.iber. In years, one cer- sus w'.'1! be taken, also in t_u.c last part o: >oar. ot decline at the university could be due to college counts "in relating to tho comiiitinicy coupled our philjfonhy of r.ot being atxjve Dr. Stewart said LCC mil continue to oiicr ils services to the university, ui an effort to boost the U of L's sagging en- rolment "Perlups idle cotiid start by accepting college students with credit given for courses laken at the" col- lege." he said. He said race the V of L realizes it must welcome col- icge transfer students, with ap- propriate credits, the university enrolment niay intTeoise. U of L president Dr. Bill Beckel said reaction to. Dr. Stewart's statement will be forthconinp from the univereity afler he and Dr. Holmes have studied the college presi- dent's remarks. j A formal university statement is expected sometime Monday. The I" of L ?riutc nieets on campus Salurday, flllhough i: i? not known if the college Is- sue will be discussed by' tbat gioup. l{ 9; persons. The totals are: Vorc'i I.e.hhriiice. wosr o: St.. 4.S75: east'of I3ih St.. 10.73S. for a total of 15.613. o; ISth St.. 7.67J: 13th St.. 19.IST. for a total of W.PiS. per- sors. up from last year.> also showed there are nre-school age chil- dren in th wouid go to public schools and 711 who go to separate schools. The cily paid 93 enumerators a total of for taking the AKROYD'S PIUMBING, HEATINO AND GASFITTING 24-HOUR SE3V1CE WORK New 328.2106 E. S. P. FOX Certified Denial Mrchonll FOX (Lclh.l DENTAL LAB LTD. 704 Denial lldf. Phong 327-4565 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAt MECHANIC Schwartz B'dg. 5lh SI. S Phone 32S-409J One of our Specialties WHITE DUTY SHOES i r r Trt-e -c- i EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZil FAMILY DINING EVERY SUNDAY! Excellent Food Gracious Service Special Children's ..I- A J tlf ,r, CAMMS 403 5th SI. ;