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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? That ii costs no more to plan your TRAVEL .ARRANGEMENTS through a recognized travel agent Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, January 31, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 23 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7lh Street Shopping Moll Lelhbririge, Alberto Phone (4031 325-7-111 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Separate teachers accept contract Uniform trucking regulations asked Privacy shattered Mrs. Vern Williams, 70, suffered a broken pelvis, bruised leg and cut io her fore- head when she was pinned Jo her stove in her residence by a runaway tractor- trailer. It occurred at 10 a.m. Tuesday. There was damage Io her home. The tractor part of the unit was demolished. The unit is owned by Beazsr Brothers Trans- port. See story page 18. Wayne Strong photo fenaaiEC? lose Ihoi-ands of dollars a year of re- strictive iDTerprovinciai truck- ing regulations, says Leth- bridge Conservative MP Ken Hurlburt Mr. Hurlburt said in a tele- phone conversion that he ha? a motion up for debate in the House of Commons Friday call- ing on the federal government to set a single set of regulations across the The he reads Eovenuiier.: should give immediate consideration to the development of a national pol- icy with regard to truck trans- portation that will ailow for the movement of goods from one province to another trucking firms and manufac- turers facing prohibiiive costs associated wiih licensing, gas taxe- and permits." He said "this could be elimin- ated through the issuing of fed- eral licences for LT.erprovirjdal carriers." Mr. Hu-Knirt said because each province r.ow na_. its OWT. separate rules and regulations. trucks travel through the U.S. where interstate r e g u 1 a tions are less bothersome. "We're losing thousands of dollars to the .Americans for drivers sleeping in moteis there, buying meals, tires and gas." he said. Mr. Hurlburt said this weel. he also intends to ask Prime Minister Trudeau if there is any word back from Bucking- ham P.tlace about the Queen visiting Fort Macleod while in Alberta this summer. On Jan. IS. the Lethbridge MP asked the prime minister to irier.tion in an invitation to the Royal Family that Fort Mac- leod was the site of the first RCMP fort in the West. The Queen and Prince Philip are expected to visit Calgary d'.tring celebrstions of the for- mation of the force Li 1973. Local autonoinv stressed Busing plan sought By HERB LEGG j Herald Siad Writer Separate school teacher? Tuesday to accept a new t'.vo-year contract and ac- 1 cused their trustees o? being a I ''rubber stamp1' for the city's public school board. Gene Eisler, chairman of the separate teachers' economic poh'cy commr.tee, said the 116 members covered by the new I contract approved the offer by a 70 per cent majority. He said teachers win receive a 6.2 per cent salary hike this i year, risliig to a 6.B per cent j boost in 1974. N e g o r i a rbns this month marked the firs: time in sev- eral years that separate and public boards acted isdividuaj- j iy on proposaJs. Public tsachers accepted 1 their contract Jan. 25. Up until j thai tiise. Mr. Eisler. said, pro- gress had been mede between separate teachers aixi separate trustees. ''Orj.ce. the public contract was settled, our board was. DO long- er interested in derelopmg its OWE contract with its teachers. ''Our bOErd chose merely to rubber s-camp a cccrrac: de- signed for another school jur- isdiction." Mr. Eisler said. He said the new terms, which expire Dec. 31. are identi- cal to those accepted by the dry's public teachers. Cost to the separate board, he said. vri3 be" about 1 per cent less than cost to public trustees. NOT HAPPY" Mr. Eisler said separate teachers are rot happy with wa2e negotiations this year. by the Southern Al- bena School Authorities Asso- cia'.ion. AririO-juceirjerjt of the 55 per cent roral rejection was made Jan. 27. The ATA -.rill poll teachers in the southwest district today. Tr.ursday and Friday to see whether or no: a strike vote is desired. 1: teachers warr. z strike 1 which is being recom- mended by the ATA's rural di- rectors, the Industrial Bdatioas Board will be asked io super- Lhe ballot. walio-j: c-o'jid legally be held wo days after a positive strike vote. ATA cificials say. Results of this week's strj.s pell are expected to be ar.- ncuBC-ed a! a 3 s.rri. press corj- ia Lethbridge Ssiurciy. City Packers f consider move CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental 3BLACK DENTAL LAEj MEDICAL DENTAL EIDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 Ph. 32S-0372 ?716 i: Ave. S Open Thurs.. Fri. till 9 p.m. Coaldale man committed for trial A Coaldale man charged with the Ettempied murder of hU was conunirted Tuesday for trial following completion of a preliminary hearing. Sheldon William Cox. charged the shoe-tins of his v.ifo, Henka Cox. Dec. 23. be tried in Sinreme Court but caie has ve: been set. SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, February 1st SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE .d dr -a-crs is o: TVs: Chifien'idds r.nd cr.'j R C.A. mT.tinaiion washer er. Floor lamps: 5-drawer chest o( G.w'e rcdio-rccord player: Sot of 15 k-ivlif-i Gcvxl mink: Sv-hwl forgo. Bcndiv cutomatic wcshcr: Bur.k Garr.gc door: v, Boolsraso: Aprmrr.cnt jizc rancc. prey rug: prey rug. COLLECTORS ITEMS ond OLD HLJRNITURE Kour.n lab'.o uiih -i "legs: -i o.ik dining chv'rs: O.-.k roi'k'.nc rhnir: Klark drcssor T.-ir'n'o tor> larco mirror: buffer or combination; Old time- clock: Wa'.l r.ork. Manllc Clock: Alladin hnnjing wiih shsdo: captain's chairs: Piano jlool: l.imp: P pc. commode ?et: Camel back Inink: loo] tax; .Armchair: Coal ml P'.r.n'ey plsno: Saddle: Bookcase: Model SS eal nfilo: Model f.VA Win- chester i! pump rifle: ISM Enfield riiilc: 4 double barrel shotcwns. Many More lionis Ton Niinirrous To Mention. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. fHONE 328-4705 1930 3nel AVE. S. IETHBRIDCI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie- 41 Lie. 451 The provincial government is determ-Eed to improve Jie oi school bus transpor- taiion but not at the loss of local autonomy, rural and city schooi frusteos were (old Tuesday. 1 Ed Bardock. director of a government study oa pupil transportation. Lne de-pan- ment of education wants a plan which will include recom- mendations ranging from bus safety to financial problems "a plan that will emphasize local autonomy. "School transportation is now of the major functions of sdicol operation. Boards will have to look st the kinds of transportation that will not only bo safe, but efficient and eco- nomical. "Regardless of cost struc- we've go; to remember we're talking about kids.'' Bardock- said. He said the provincial gov- ernment has set four guide- lines for an .Alberta policy on transportation: local autonomy, minimum government involve- ment, minimum walk limits for students and willingness on I he part of local boards to ab- sorb costs of ej-tra-curricuJar a.ctivities. Mr. Bardock said rural trans- pcnsLifT! ossts have increased per cen: the pasi 10 years, from S9.7 rr.ilJion in 1M1 to million in 1371. Transpor.ation in berta cities, he said, have in- creased more than per in 10 ye-irs. from Sill.SiM ji 1W1 to F-.-4 ir.iilion in He said crams for have changed 1950 to 1972. each ir.c'.Inxi of assis- tance becoming more compli- cated. Mr. Bardock said some prov- inces, such as Manitoba, have adopted a centralized system of bus purchasing. He Masi- toba and British Columbia are also studying a centralized sys- tem of transportadon repair depots. He said such systems are not favored by the Alberta govara- meirt. "In Ontario. Quebec snd Xew- foundland. about SO per cen: of the buses are contracted. In other provinces, the trend is going to board-owned (public) ownershiD of buses. "It's difficult to find argu- ments for which is the best policy. Xo one system is uni- versally the bost. i: all de- pends oa local Mr. Bardock said- He said several trends seem to be developing across Wes-.- err. Canada on the problem of economical ye: efficient school transportation: Vnior-izaiion of drivers, at more cost to local boards. Extra curriculsr bus tivitv coupled with acnmuniij-1 because the pabh'c and use "of school fscilb'es. boards djd rot bargain Use of and teach- i jointly. ers as part-time drivers. "Our teachers realiM that a CenTul govemmeDt coa-i salary comparable to that of of transportation services, i p-Jblic teachers is "Busing legislation has gain- one they win have to be satis- ed support. "Rural parents do lied with. aot oppose lona hours of bus-; "We are extremely dis- ins if the quality of their' pleased wiih the manner in City Packer; Ltd. is giving serious" thought Ui rrflv- ing from the city and is currently searchLng for errment financial assistance to aid the move. The Herad has learned. For years city residents have protested the smell from the plant located on tie east side of 43rd St., just outside city limits. Consideration is being given to re-location amid by the environment pamnent to have the smell cleaned up. Poll'jtiorj control b r a n c n director Bob Briggs said in a telephone interview from Ed- rnozton that Environment Min- ister Bill Yurko. Deputy Min- ister E. E. Ballanfyne, City Packers representatives and others met hina Jar. 25 in Edmonton and discussed num- erous alternatives to eluninEte the smell. .Aliemanves inclufied re-lo- tax burden." Mr. Bardock said, j return to joint negotiations in Ke said although costs of: the future." school transportation STRIKE more than doubled, the de- i While separate SM puonc mand for improved, efficient teachers in Lethbndge have bus transportation has increased i agreed to new financial terms. dramatically. their rural colleague this week Problems' such as these, he begin the first steps toward said. must be overcome strike action. throush local stiEestion. study j More than 1.300 members o. and "reoomniendation to the I the Alberta Teachers' Associz- over-ail provincial survey. -Mr. Bardock made his re- marks to trustees from Leth- bridge. Medicine Hat. Brooks, Cardston. Taber, Pincber Creek, the Crowsnest Pass and the counties of Forty Mile. Yul- can. Newell and Warner. tion southwest district tumed down a 6.2 per cent wage boost LCC seminar to discuss laiv and the farmer Hog group ito decision near Members of the 1P75 Canada Winter Games selection committee will submit their recommendations for a Games to Marc LaLonde. national 1 calth and welfare minister, this week. The mee'Jrjf !n OrUwa pre- cedes ihe official anno-jnce- wiuch wiii be made Feb. 10 between 6 o'clock and p.m. on national tele'rision. The committee in early De- cember to-Lrred lie facilities available and inspected Lhe im- provements planned by the sis Alberta centres which are bid- dins for the Games. Along with Lethbricee-Sourh- ern Alberta. Medicine Hat. Red Deer. Grande Prairie. Jasper- and Calgary have ap- for ihe event. catiLg the ana and the installation of pollu- tion control equipment at the existing piani. he said. The minister deputy mir- are to foii-r.v up ihe dis- cussion with io Ciry Packers pin: Friday while in Lerhbric'ne for EnotN" meet- ina. he said. City Packers Merlin Adams i: an Inter- view he is giving "very serious" consideration TO movirg farther away frcm the at present does not h2ve aiK-iher site. Mr. Adams said he has been told by niiruero-j? people thst government money i; araijsrle for such a move, but has not been able to find out mere-. He described the neat .pack- ing plant as "moderately and said thst consideration i? still being given to installing pollution control equipment. Dennis O'ConEe'J. the dry's economic development officer, said City Packers might be eligible for money from the federal department of regional economic expans.on or the Alberta opporranrcies corpors- tion but th2t the only way of knowing would be to submit an application. An in-depth look at iarrn law is [he purpose of a special nvo-day serriinar Feb. S and 9 at the science buildiri; at the Commuriry College. bwyer Marlin KJ-; ui'J discuss il'o pM'.o- sor-hy of the ir to farmer. Albena Farmer's Holniu; deal See our own 'SPECIAL' for your very 'SPECIAL' MUSSIE' at the MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 iJA meetino i 8et for Banff y o ii :i c from "'ill early Fri- day lo attend a Jiir.ior Achieve- ment conferencf at the Banff School of Fine Arts. Also the ui-1 Ac-liievers irom M.VsitJi and ibrco from s i Ken Ramcu. pub- J y ri 'i ,10 II1.. co day conference. Friday Ihrouph Sunilay, fcntui'o iminiiii; and pvup dis- cussion in m-iiMiCi'Nicn! fJic hai-dlinc of pivMcins wluch may arise in tlio of a JA company. Tlic JA movement teaches hiph sludcnls an appre- ciation of by heliniii; Ihom ojvroie (heir own enter- 1'iisps in tho ojvn Mr, Bnrnolt said nlxiiit 500 delecnles from JA proups in Westeni CniiTid.i and llic nortJi- I'niietl Sinter are ex- pected to ntte.nd Uie confer- ence. oil ar.d gas ar.d the fsce Erasc'iey. fsrni law sw- with the Albana rorrmenc of Agriculuire. o: ino income tax compile the day o: a o: land b.olnding Jir.'cer.ioiits lor s.ilo The d.iy will be kick- ?d off by lawyer Kofs Wildo with an explana- tion sboui sok- proprietorship, par i nor? hi p? n corpora Uons of farm Mr Brand'cy evpiaui i he farmers position ui re card in tind I.hc of burners. Kenneth Purvis, a I.o'Jihridse lawyer, uill doal iho Farm Act. eluttel r.-or1.- paccs. sales and Lho Builder's Lion Act. Fiinher dismiss ion alvu: ihc Tax Ac'.. the irav.sfor of pi-o- tether to son will, crd the M urr a Iric; ap-iciiliurist for the Coun- t.ics of lAXhbrid.ce and Warner. Mys 150 are There1 aro now re Alberta's minister of the en- will be the ieatured speaker at a special meeting in L e t n bridge Fridsy sponsored tv :h? fo-j-Jierr Alberta Hog Bill Vurko discus? mt.1 producers iho D-onrice's laws go-'erninn pollu'io-. The meeting v-11 be held In the Exhibition Pavilion. Georce s k i. president i-.iir.. says pnvii'cers want to r.-ise more hos? lut they must find out how mu.-r. they csr. ex- into po'-- HOME OWNERS! ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 225 5th SI. S. Phone 32S-4095 SPORTING GOODS DOWNTOWN CLEARANCE SALE! SKIS SKI BOOTS BINDINGS DONT MISS ON THE TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! Call Sporting 327-5767 606 3rd Ave S. E. S. P. FOX Ortlfipd Denial Mul FOX (Lelh.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Denial Phone 327-6565 See the very newest for Spring 73 now at CAMM'S "NEW OVERTURE" If home is le'l unotfendtd For fven one nighl you should WINTER WATCHMAN NEW AIR STEP PLEASE NOTE! A CCiV, Formula 10 witt bp won from our jtoro ir, thf Noilh Star Conirsi. E n I r y forms in our jtorr. Sold by CHARLTON and CAMM'S 403 5tS Street S. SHOES 1762 2nd S LETHBRIDGE Phor-t 328-3388 Use CHARGEX card ;